Understand the complexities of EU law and its implications on UK law Law of the European Union, 13th Edition, by Morano-Foadi and Neller is a comprehensive and visually appealing coverage of the structure, law and practice of the European Union and its impact on UK law. This book sheds light on the constitutional arrangements of the EU, substantive areas of EU law and the political negotiation of regional interests of this unique legal entity. The 13th Edition provides an up-to-date coverage of the challenges, controversies and uncertainty of Brexit. Key features of this book include: Key Debates for academic discussion in class Visual diagrams explaining concepts, institutional structures and legislative procedures Cases boxes highlighting the facts, ruling and significance Reflection boxes drawing attention to key developments, interconnected issues and current controversies Learning objectives at chapter level, and end of chapter summaries offer focus for class and exam preparation A table amalgamating relevant legislation and cases across 22 human rights This new edition now includes: Updated information on the outcomes and implications of the 2016 Brexit referendum and the 2019 general election A new section on the recent use of Article 7 TEU and the rule of law Five new reflection boxes and two new case boxes An Enhanced ebook to enrich your studying experience with self assessment questions and dedicated feedback to help gauge your progress, deep links to key case reports, statutes & other sources of interest that provide access a wealth of wider reading, end of the chapter quiz that gives further opportunity to consolidate understanding and prepare for exams Law of the European Union is designed for students on undergraduate EU law modules. Sonia Morano-Foadi is a Reader in EU Law at Oxford Brookes University. Jen Neller is an associate tutor of EU law and a PhD candidate at Birkbeck University of London. Pearson, the world's learning company.
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Date of Publication: 24/04/2020