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How to Choose the Best EU Law Books for Master Students?

A. Peters, G. Ulfstein, J. Klabbers. The Constitutionali-zation of International Law. Oxford University Press, 2009

I just finished putting together a list of new books to be ordered for the courses and research on EU law and international law, for the Library of the Tallinn University, and would be grateful for experienced advice.

EU Law

● Paul Craig. The Lisbon Treaty Law, Politics, and Treaty Reform. Oxford University Press, 2010 (estimated)

● P. Birkinshaw, M. Varney. The European Union Legal Order After Lisbon. Kluwer Law International, 2010

● Ian Ward. A Critical Introduction to European Law. 3rd Edition. Cambridge University Press, May 2009

● Stephen Weatherill. Cases and Materials on EU Law. 9th Edition, June 2010 (estimated)

● P. Oliver, S. Enchelmaier, M. Jarvis, A. Johnston, S. Norberg, C. Stothers, S. Weatherill. Free Movement of Goods in the European Union. 5th Edition. Hart Publishing, 2010

● M. Horspool, M. Humphreys. European Union Law. 6th Edition. Oxford University Press, Core Texts Series,  August 2010 (estimated) – (For undergraduate students.)

Law-making in the EU

● J. Neyer, A. Wiener. Political Theory of the European Union. Oxford University Press, 2010.

● Grainne De Burca. The Constitutional Limits of EU Action. Oxford University Press, 2011 (estimated)

● M. Zander. The Law-Making Process. 6th Edition. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Series: Law in Context

● Bronwen Morgan, Karen Yeung. An Introduction to Law and Regulation. Text and Materials. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Series: Law in Context

International Law

● Peter Malanczuk. Akehurst’s Modern Introduction to International Law. 8th Edition. Routledge, 2010

● Jan Klabbers. Treaty Conflict and the European Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009

● Anne Peters, Geir Ulfstein, Jan Klabbers. The Constitutionalization of International Law. Oxford University Press, 2009

● Chi Carmody. Remedies and the WTO Agreement. Oxford University Press, 2010

● James Crawford, Alain Pellet, Simon Olleson (eds.)., Dr. Kate Parlett (ass. ed.). The Law of International Responsibility. Oxford University Press, 2010



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  2. Jaanike, many thanks for this. I’ve shared on my blog.

    Regards

    Bruno

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