According to the landmark decision of the Court of Justice in Van Gend En Loos, the European Union represents a ‘new legal order of international law’ for the benefit of the EU’s constituent states.
Supported by an intermeshed web of treaties, regulations, directives and ECJ decisions, EU law is complex. Our primary title in the area, Ipso Factos: EU Law by Emma Barry, offers a clear and concise consideration of this complex subject. This text is ideal for undergraduate students and those beginning study for their professional exams, covering all areas from the fundamental freedoms through to lesser-spotted topics like direct effect and state aid.
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