EU Law: Text, Cases and Materials Second Edition - Paul Craig; Grainne De burca;Oxford University Press, 1998, Paperback ..
Condition: Very Good. Wraps lightly curled otherwise a very well presented copy.
Since the publication of the first edition of this book in 1995, the pace of change in EC and EU law has been as rapid as ever, not least because of the conclusion of the Treaty of Amsterdam in 1997, but also because of the flow of case law emerging from the Court of Justice and the Tribunal of First Instance and the developments in various spheres of legislative policy. The book's approach to the renumbering of Treaty articles and to other changes introduced by the Treaty of Amsterdam, which at the time of writing has not yet been ratified by the Member States, is explained in the Prologue. The book has been renamed EU rather than EC law, partly because the EC is in fact contained within the EU, but more specifically because we believe it is becoming increasingly difficult and unhelpful even more so once the Amsterdam Treaty amendments to the 'third pillar' are in force to assert such a clear distinction between the law of the Community and the law of the Union more generally. 1150pp.