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The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

A Commentary

Editor(s): Steve Peers, Tamara Hervey, Jeff Kenner, Angela Ward
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Published: 12-08-2021
Format: Hardback
Edition: 2nd
Extent: 1950
ISBN: 9781509933471
Imprint: Hart/Beck
Dimensions: 244 x 169 mm
RRP: £325.00
Online price : £292.50
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About The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

“..this most thorough commentary must be regarded as the Bible on the Charter”
Peter Oliver, Common Market Law Review

This second edition of the first commentary of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in English, written by experts from several EU Member States, provides an authoritative but succinct statement of how the Charter impacts upon EU, domestic and international law.

Following the conventional article-by-article approach, each commentator offers an expert view of how each article is either already being interpreted in the courts, or is likely to be interpreted. Each commentary is referenced to the case law and is augmented with extensive references to further reading. This is a much-welcomed new edition of the authoritative guide to the Charter.

Table Of Contents

Part One: Art by art commentary Author

Art 1 Catherine Dupre
Art 2 Elizabeth Wicks
Art 3 Dr. Hristev
Art 4 Manfred Nowak
Art 5 Heli Askola
Art 6 Daniel Wilsher
Art 7 - Private - David Mangan
Art 7 - Family - Miriam Kullman
Art 8 H Kranebourg
Art 9 Steve Peers
Art 10 Ronan McCrea
Art 11 Lorna Woods
Art 12(1) Filip Dorssement
Art 12(2) Jo Shaw
Art 13 Debbie Sayers
Art 14 Gisela Gori
Art 15 V. Mantouvalou and E. Frantziou
Art 16 Michelle Everson
Art 17(1) F. Wollenschlanger
Art 17(2) Paul Torremans
Art 18 Maarten ven Heijer
Art 19 Elspeth Guild
Art 20 Mark Bell
Art 21 Claire Kilpatrick
Art 22 Craufurd Smith
Art 23 Dagmar Schiek
Art 24 Ruth Lamont
Art 25 Colm O'Cinnedie
Art 26 Charlotte O'Brien
Art 27 Filip Dorssement
Art 28 Catherine Barnard
Art 29 Jeffrey Kenner
Art 30 Jeffrey Kenner
Art 31 Alan Bogg
Art 32 Nuno Ferreira
Art 33 Katerina Peake and Jeffrey Kenner
Art 34 Robin White
Art 35 Hervey and Hale
Art 36 Erika Szyszcak
Art 37 Morgera and Duran
Art 38 Steven Weatherill
Art 39 Jo Shaw
Art 40 Kees Groenendijk
Art 41 Paul Craig
Art 42 Deirdre Curtin and Joana Mendes
Art 43 Ian Harden
Art 44 Matts Lindfelt
Art 45 Eleanor Spaventa
Art 46 Eileen Denza
Art 47 Dinah Shelton
Clara Raughegger
Laurent Pech
Herwig Hoffman
Debbie Sayers
Elina Paunio
Liisa Halponien
Art 48 - Adminstrative Law Hanns Peter Nehl
Art 48 - Criminal Law Debbie Sayers
Art 49 Valsamis Mitsilegas and Manos Billis
Art 50 Jonathan Tomkin
Art 51 Angela Ward
Art 52 Steve Peers
Art 52(5) Sacha Prechel
Art 53 Bruno De Witte

Part Two: Essays

Tobias Locke EU Accession to the ECHR
Albertina Albors Lorens The Asymmetrical Impact of Art 47 CFREU on National and EU Remedies
Allan Rosas The Charter and the Universal Human Rights Instruments
Koen Lenaerts and José Gutiezzer-Fons The Place of the Charter in the EU Constitutional Edifice
Gabriel Toggenburg The Implementation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights by the EU Member States
Alexander Kornezov The Charter and the General Court
Lawunmi Doyin The Charter and Immigration
Nillo Jaaskinen Fundamental Social Rights in the Charter
Gerard Hogan Mutual Trust and the Charter

Reviews

“...this most thorough commentary must be regarded as the Bible on the Charter and it seems set to retain that status for some time, despite the relentless flow of new judgments, orders and A.G.s' Opinions which appear on the Court's website almost every week. Accordingly, it is a must for any lawyer with an interest in the subject.” –  Peter Oliver, Common Market Law Review

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