Start Over Save to list Export MARC Display MelCat
     
Title Judging Europe's judges : the legitimacy of the case law of the European Court of Justice / edited by Maurice Adams, Henri de Waele, Johan Meeusen and Gert Straetmans.
Publication Info. Oxford ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, [2013]
©2013
Location Call No. Status Notes
 Law Library  KJE 5461 .J83 2013    DUE 09-03-14 BILLED
Description x, 261 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction. Judging Europe's judges / Maurice Adams, Henri de Waele, Johan Meeusen and Gert Straetmans -- The Court's outer and inner selves : exploring the external and internal legitimacy of the European Court of Justice / Koen Lenaerts -- Adjudication by reference to general principles of EU law : a second look at the Mangold case law / Ján Mazák and Martin Moser -- The Court's case law on the internal market : 'a circumloquacious statement of the result, rather than a reason for arriving at it'? / Stephen Weatherill -- The legitimacy of free movement case law : process and substance / Jukka Snell -- The bubble that burst : exploring the legitimacy of the case law on the free movement of Union citizens / Michael Dougan -- Towards 'real' citizenship? : The judicial construction of Union citizenship and its limits / Daniel Thym -- Placing the European Union in international context : legitimacy of the case law / Eileen Denza -- Of feasibility and silent elephants : the legitimacy of the Court of Justice through the eyes of national courts / Michal Bobek -- Epilogue. Judging the judges : apology and critique / JHH Weiler.
Subject Court of Justice of the European Union.
Judge-made law -- European Union countries.
Judges -- European Union countries.
Law -- European Union countries.
Added Author Adams, Maurice, 1964- editor of compilation.
Waele, Henri Clemens Ferdinand Jozef Alexander de, 1979- editor of compilation.
Meeusen, Johan, editor of compilation.
Straetmans, Gert, editor of compilation.
Standard No. 780036523 785081884 865143894
ISBN 9781849463355 (hbk.)
1849463352 (hbk.)
Permanent url for this catalog record: