EU law

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EU law

nEU-Gesetz nt; (= system)EU-Recht nt
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This aspect is considered, rightly, indispensable to ensure effective EU policy (Barbe, 2011: 438 and seq.), and the areas that the criminal law of the European Union covers circumscribe a free, safe and just space, a genuine "Europe's large construction site" (Beauvais, 2010: 721-725).
The Law of the European Union, 2nd Edition (CD-ROM included)
At Cardiff, Ms Adair achieved the Geldards Prize for best overall results in a law and language programme and the Blackstone's exam prize for best performance in the law of the European Union.
Law of the European Union. Pearson Education Limited, ISBN:978-1-4058-3526-8, Harlow, England
Kluwer Law International (Amsterdam) has published "Customs Law of the European Union," a loose leaf reference that examines the range of aspects of EU customs law.
Kluwer said the journal is a legal information service that provides an overview of current developments in European company and securities law with coverage of "all the issues" affecting European company law, including cross-border activity and the evolving law of the European Union. Contents for initial issues include stories on such topics as: executive remuneration; surveys of national legislation related to company law; corporate governance; compensation under German law; wage controls; corporate disclosure; insider trading and market abuse; and, capital market directives.
For this issue, The Administrative Law of the European Union, we have modified our approach.
A prospective solicitor has to complete seven different areas of law ( criminal, equity and trusts, law of The European Union, contract, tort, property, public law including human rights and legal research.
Clearly the competition law of the European Union is in a state of flux.
By the Treaty of Amsterdam, the agreement itself and all decisions having been enacted on its basis had been implemented into the law of the European Union.