EU Law for Students in Ireland 2nd Edition is a Gill and Macmillan publication dealing with the relationship between Ireland and the European Union.
A comprehensive survey of EU Law focusing on the core issues examined on courses taken by students in Ireland, i.e.: EU institutions Principles and enforcement of EU Law -Relation of EU Law to Irish Law The ‘Four Freedoms’: Free Movement of Goods, Free Movement of Persons, Freedom of Establishment and Free Movement of Services Competition Law
This edition also deals with EU Law up to and including the recent efforts to reform EU Institutions and law, such as the Constitution
Furthermore, this book looks at the questions posed by the decisive defeat of the Lisbon Treaty in Ireland, such as its impact on the EU institutional structure, prospects for future reform and the relationship betweenEU and Irish law
An invaluable tool for business, public administration and other students who need a practical understanding of EU Law
An essential revision textbook for students pursuing a law qualification, particularly those sitting the Final Exam First Part of the Law Society of Ireland