“Because this edited collection has been written in Dashwood's honour a vast array of preeminent authorities within the various fields of EU law have made contributions to the book, which thus represents a literary feast for researchers in EU law.
In short, this book attempts to achieve the seemingly insurmountable task of worthy subject-specific analysis all tied into the grander theme of the constitutional architecture of the Union, and it does so admirably...the book constitutes an outstanding contribution to the field of European Union law.” – Martin Steinfeld,
Common Market Law Review, Volume 49, 6
“...an invaluable source of material and argument for a high level EU law debate! Best wishes dem Ge(l)ehrten-respect to editors and authors!” – Norbert Reich,
European Law Review, Volume 37(4)