Presents an approach to undergraduate study of law and covers the core subjects required by the Bar Council and the Law Society for entry onto professional qualifications. This work includes cases, articles and secondary legislation separated from the main text with full citation, and extracts from judgments seperated out from the main text.
Unlocking the Law is a completely new series of textbooks with a unique approach to undergraduate study of law. From its conception, the series has been designed specifically so that the subject matter is readable - students are not overwhelmed with page after page of continuous prose. The text of each title is broken up with features and activities that have been written to ensure that students are pointed in the right direction when it comes to understanding the purpose of different areas within the course. Ultimately the accessible style of Unlocking the Law will ensure that students not only understand fully the concepts required but are able to apply them with competence.
All titles in the series follow the same format and include the same features so that students can move easily from one law subject to another. The series covers all the core subjects required by the Bar Council and the Law Society for entry onto professional qualifications and will expand to include more titles on option areas.
- Numerous headings and sub-headings to direct students easily to the specific area of study required
- Cases, articles and secondary legislation separated from the main text with full citation for easy access
- Key extracts from judgments seperated out from the main text
- Highlighted key extracts from academic sources such as leading texts or articles in legal journals with full citation
- Summary charts of key facts
- Diagrams, flow charts and other key visual aids
- Activities including practice of specific undergraduate skills and learning tasks
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Authors: Tony Storey LLM is Senior Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University and a co-author of Unlocking Criminal Law. Chris Turner LLM is a qualified barrister and a Senior Lecturer in Law at Wolverhampton University. He has taught law at all levels and is an experienced author whose previous titles include Unlocking Contract Law and Unlocking Torts. Series editors: Jacqueline Martin LLM has ten years' experience as a practising barrister and has taught law at all levels. She is an experienced author among whose titles is Unlocking Criminal Law. Chris Turner LLM is a qualified barrister and a Senior Lecturer in Law at Wolverhampton University. He has taught law at all levels and is an experienced author whose previous titles include Unlocking Contract Law and Unlocking Torts. Jacqueline Martin and Chris Turner are series editors of the Key Facts series, published by Hodder Arnold.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 aEURO" The origins and character of EC Law Chapter 2 aEURO" The Community and the Union Chapter 3 - The political and legal institutions of the European Union Chapter 4 aEURO" The sources of EC Law Chapter 5 aEURO" The legislative process Chapter 6 aEURO" Enforcement of EC Law (through 'direct' and 'indirect' actions) Chapter 7 aEURO" Article 234 and the preliminary reference procedure Chapter 8 aEURO" The relationship between EC Law and national law - supremacy Chapter 9 aEURO" The relationship between EC Law and national law - direct effect Chapter 10 aEURO" The Internal Market Chapter 11 aEURO" The free movement of workers Chapter 12 aEURO" Freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide and receive services under Articles 43 and 49 Chapter 13 aEURO" The free movement of goods and Articles 28 and 29 Chapter 14 aEURO" Article 25 and Customs tariffs and Art 90 and discriminatory taxation Chapter 15 aEURO" EC competition law Chapter 16 aEURO" Social policy Chapter 17 aEURO" Discrimination law and Art 141 Chapter 18 aEURO" The wider social influence of the EU Chapter 19 aEURO" Citizenship of the Union Index
Unlocking EU Law by Chris Turner
Unlocking the Law
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