EU Law: A Practical Guide covers the core principles of EU law from an Irish law perspective in a simple, clear and succinct manner. As EU law is a complex area this text presents the law in straightforward and concise language.
EU Law: A Practical Guide covers the essential points of the law and is ideal as an introductory text and a revision aid for students for exam purposes.
The text reflects the subject requirements of the EU law undergraduate courses students need to be familiar with and include additional chapters benefiting students sitting professional exams in Blackhall Place (Law Society of Ireland).
The book includes commentary on Irish case law relevant to students studying EU Law at Irish universities and colleges or for Irish professional exams such as Blackhall Place and King's Inns entrance exams. This unique commentary contains specific chapters on supremacy and competition law, important exam areas in the Irish exam syllabus.
Contents: 1. The History of the European Union 2. The EU Institutions 3. Sources of EU Law 4. The Law Making Process 5. Supremacy 6. Preliminary Rulings 7. Direct Effect 8. Enforcement of EU Law 9. Judicial Review 10. Environmental Law 11. Free Movement of Goods 12. Free Movement of Persons 13. Competition Law 14. State Aid 15. Mergers 16. Equality 17. Fundamental Rights