Introducing a European Legal Order
by Gordon Slynn
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell 1992
Number of pages: 216
The author draws on his experience as the UK's Judge at the European Court of Justice to provide an examination of the central role played by the European Court in bringing the European Single Market into being. The text discusses how the Single Market affects people and adapts to change.
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