“Vauchez and de Witte have assembled a volume which provides many excellent and diverse perspectives on law, the legal profession, and actors across the legal field and their contribution to the process of European integration.
...any student of European Law, a lawyer or political scientist searching for a different perspective on the process of European Integration, this volume will provide many answers, and likely inspire many new avenues of exploration.” – Joelle Grogan,
EUtopia Law Blog
“Unlike many edited collections, there is a clear empirical and theoretical unity so that the chapters stand as contributions to the thesis rather than the volume being an aggregation of essays. They are uniformly interesting and well-written, even where the authors are clearly not working in their first language. Either the editors have been very lucky in their contributors or they have been very diligent in improving the writing.
...it is a coherent and stimulating collection [and as] with all best work, any reader will both learn a good deal from it and be stimulated to think where the project might go next.” – Robert Dingwall,
Law and Politics Book Review, Volume 24, Number 3
“The book is written in clear, highly structured language and is based on a solid methodological approach...Lawyering Europe deserves to be deeply recommended to anyone who wants to seriously keep up with this field.” – Agata Ludera-Ruszel,
Journal of Common Market Studies