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Advanced Introduction to European Union Law

European Union Law

Jacques Ziller

This book explains how member states of the EU confer powers to the Union through the founding treaties and the legal frame applicable to the Union’s institutions, and the rules that apply to their functioning and the legal review of their action. It reviews the main fields of action of the EU – the internal market, area of freedom, security and justice, external action – and how law is shaping them. The interaction between the EU and its member states is also explained.
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Reference conventions

Jacques Ziller


Judgments of the CJEU are quoted by the name of the party, followed by the number of entry of the appeal or referral on the Court’s list: party, number/year [preceded by C for Court or T for General court after 1988], e.g. Rottmann, C-105/08. Decisions and directives are quoted with their year/number, regulations with their number/year.

The numbering of treaty articles has changed with the treaty of Amsterdam and the treaty of Lisbon. When referring to previous versions of the treaties, the present number is usually indicated between square brackets.

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