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Great Debates in EU Law

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 236
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Great Debates in Law

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This book introduces students to the great debates in EU law. Rather than simply presenting traditional approaches that provide descriptions (often in historical order) of substantive and constitutional elements of Union...

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This book introduces students to the great debates in EU law. Rather than simply presenting traditional approaches that provide descriptions (often in historical order) of substantive and constitutional elements of Union law, this book clusters material around these debates in an engaging and lively way.

By offering concise analyses of core dilemmas and tensions in EU law, the book provides a different kind of introduction, one that helps students place the discussions within a boarder context and narrative. The authors have found in their teaching that students often struggle with individual aspects and materials without understanding broader narratives, which are traditionally developed in monographs or journal articles that are beyond the reach of undergraduate readers. 

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A narrative and analytical approach to the subject
Introductory, without jeopardising nuance
Written in a fluent, accessible and entertaining style

1. From Rome with Love
2. Regulating Bananas
3. Inside the Sausage Factory
4. Ferraris vs Bicycles
5. Claws for Paper Tigers
6. Feminists vs Founding Fathers
7. Umpire or Emperor
8. Stand up for Your Rights
9. Ever Closer Unions
10. Sex Dolls, Beer, and Lazer Quest
11. Back to the Future
This book doesn't simply offer a fresh approach to the substance of EU law, it provides a new way to structure teaching and learning. Its vivid treatment of case studies and practical examples illuminates the animating tensions and central themes in the development of EU law. It is written with compelling flair and insight. – Stephen Weatherill, University of Oxford
European Union law has always been a battle ground for opposing ideas and arguments about the nature and future of Europe, and this new book excellently explores the great debates that have shaped the Union and its law. – Robert Schütze, Durham University, UK
A great little book for students who are eager to learn through lively analyses of core dilemmas and tensions taking their roots within EU constitutional law. Great Debates in EU Law is pedagogical, concise and fun to read! – Xavier Groussot, Lund University, Sweden
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Jeremias Adams-Prassl is Professor of Law at Magdalen College, University of Oxford, and Deputy Director of the Institute of European and Comparative Law.

Sanja Bogojević is Fellow and Associate Professor of Law at Lady Margaret Hall and University of Oxford.

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Jeremias Adams-Prassl is Professor of Law at Magdalen College, University of Oxford, and Deputy Director of the Institute of European and Comparative Law.

Sanja Bogojević is Fellow and Associate Professor of Law at Lady Margaret Hall and University of Oxford.

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