The CJEU is the busiest court in the world. This ground-breaking new textbook looks into why this is, examining in detail the interactions between European Union and national institutions, instruments, laws and concepts that make up this unique legal order.
Dr Iyiola Solanke is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Leeds and an Associate Academic Fellow of the Inner Temple.
Chapter 1: The History and Development of the European Union Part I The EU Institutional Setting Chapter 2: The Central Institutions of the EU Chapter 3: Legislative Processes Chapter 4: The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) - direct and indirect access Chapter 5: Addressing Infringement of EU law - who enforces EU law? Part II EU Law Principles and Values Chapter 6: The Supremacy of EU law Chapter 7: Direct Effect, Indirect Effect and State Liability Chapter 8: Fundamental Rights Part III Rights of Movement and Residence in the EU Chapter 9: The Citizenship Directive 2004/38 Chapter 10: European Union Citizenship Chapter 11: Migrant Workers Part IV EU Internal Market and Competition Law Chapter 12: Free Movement of Goods Chapter 13: Freedom of Establishment and Free Movement of Services Chapter 14: Competition Law