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    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies

    2000, Vol.3

    2001, Vol.4

    2002-2003, Vol.5

    2003-2004, Vol.6

    2004-2005, Vol.7

    2005-2006, Vol.8

    2006-2007, Vol.9

    2007-2008, Vol.10

    2008-2009, Vol.11 

     

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2000, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Jean-Claude Piris

    The Mackenzie Stuart Lecture 2001 The Treaty of Nice: an Imperfect Treaty but a Decisive Step towards Enlargement

     pp.15-36

    Anthony Arnull

    Modernising the Community Courts

     pp. 37-63

    John Bell

    The Criminal Liability of Politicians in France

     pp. 65-78

    Alan Dashwood

    Decision-Making at the Summit

     pp. 79-105

    Richard Fentiman

    Ousting Jurisdiction and the European Conventions

     pp. 107-138

    Judge Nicholas Forwood

    The Evolving Role of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities Some comments on the changes agreed at Nice as they affect the judicial architecture of the Community Court

     pp. 139-149

    Dan Goyder

    The Future of the EC Merger Regulation

     pp. 151-168

    Elspeth Guild

    Between Persecution and Protection Refugees and the New European Asylum Policy

     pp. 169-197

    Ian Harden

    When Europeans Complain The Work of the European Ombudsman

     pp. 199-237

    Angus Johnston

    Will the Sparks fly? The Role of the European Union in the Liberalisation of the Electricity Industry

     pp. 239-277

    Clare McGlynn

    EC Legislation Prohibiting Age Discrimination "Towards a Europe for All Ages"?

     pp. 279-299

    Jorg Monar

    Enlarging the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice Problems of Diversity and EU Instruments and Strategies

     pp. 301-326

    Nicola Notaro

    The EC and WTO Trade and Environment Case Law Procedural Aspects, Legal Principles and Institutional Matters

     pp. 327-350

    Sara Poli

    The Implementation of Community Environmental Legislation Between Comitology Procedures and Standardisation Bodies

     pp. 351-382

    Pippa Rogerson

    Plus ca Change? Article 5(1) of the Regulation on Jurisdiction and the Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments

     pp. 383-406

    Jurgen Schwarze

    A German View on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights Effect on the Bundesverfassungsgericht

     pp. 407-423

    Paul Skidmore

    Improving the Position of Lesbians and Gay Men at Work in the Light of the Framework Directive for Equal Treatment in Employment: A German Case-Study

     pp. 425-455

    Eleanor Spaventa

    On Discrimination and the Theory of Mandatory Requirements

     pp. 457-478

    John A. Usher

    Flexibility The Experience so far

     pp. 479-498

    Angela Ward

    "Collective Amnesia" of Europe v. Engagement with Asia Forging a Middle Path for Australia in the Age of Regionalism

     pp. 499-524

    Paul M. Taylor

    The Vertical Agreements Regulation A Critical Appraisal

     pp. 525-545

    Lord Slynn of Hadley

    The Mackenzie Stuart Lecture 2000 The Future Judicial Architecture of the European Union

     pp. 1-14

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2001, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Alan Dashwood

    The Elements of a Constitutional Settlement for the European Union

     pp. 1-13

    Petter Asp

    Harmonisation and Co-operation within the Third Pillar Built in risks

     pp. 15-23

    Estella Baker

    Criminal Jurisdiction, the Public Dimension to 'Effective Protection' and the Construction of Community-Citizen Relations

     pp. 25-46

    John Bell

    Judicial Cultures and Judicial Independence

     pp. 47-60

    Marise Cremona

    A Policy of Bits and Pieces? The Common Commercial Policy after Nice

     pp. 61-91

    Michael Dougan

    Free Movement: The Workseeker as Citizen

     pp. 93-132

    Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochere

    The Charter of Fundamental Rights and Beyond

     pp. 133-151

    Amandine Garde

    The Public Sector as a Good Employer: the Application of the Acquired Rights Directive to Public Authorities

     pp. 153-165

    Laurence W. Gormley

    Judicial Review in EC and EU Law Some Architectural Malfunctions and Design Improvements?

     pp. 167-189

    Inge Govaere

    The Quest for a Master Key to Control Parallel Imports

     pp. 191-216

    Mark Jephcott

    The First Two Years of the Competition Commission Appeal Tribunals

     pp. 217-241

    Panos Koutrakos

    The Elusive Quest for Uniformity in EC External Relations

     pp. 243-271

    Rodolphe Munoz

    The 'TBT Agreement': a Perfect Tool to Monitor Regulatory Activities Worldwide

     pp. 273-292

    David O Keeffe,Catherine Turner

    The Status of Member States not Participating in the Euro

     pp. 293-314

    Miguel Poiares Maduro

    Harmony and Dissonance in Free Movement

     pp. 315-341

    David L. Scannell

    Trespassing on Sacred Ground: The Implied External Competence of the European Community

     pp. 343-372

    Peter Stone

    The Developing EC Private International Law on Family Matters

     pp. 373-412

    Angela Ward

    Judicial Architecture at the Cross-Roads: Private Parties and Challenge to EC Measures Post

     pp. 413-444

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2002-2003, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    David Edward

    National Courts the Powerhouse of Community Law

     pp. 1-13

    Guy Canivet

    The Responsibility of Judges in France

     pp. 15-33

    Mica Panic

    The UK and the Euro: Some Key Economic Issues

     pp. 35-58

    Antonio Sa inz de Vicuna

    The Introduction of the Euro Banknotes: Some Legal Issues

     pp. 59-70

    Helen Thompson

    The Political Problems of the Euro-Zone

     pp. 71-76

    Michael Cardwell

    The European Model of Agriculture and World Trade: Reconfiguring Domestic Support

     pp. 77-103

    Charlotte Villiers

    European Integration and Globalisation: The Experience of Financial Reporting

     pp. 105-122

    Christian Joerges

    Law, Economics and Politics in the Constitutionalisation of Europe

     pp. 123-149

    Albertina Albors-Llorens

    Collective Dominance in EC Competition Law: Trojan Horse or Useful Tool?

     pp. 151-172

    Amandine Garde

    Partial Harmonisation and European Social Policy: A Case Study on the Acquired Rights Directive

     pp. 173-193

    Guy Harpaz

    The European Community's Anti-Dumping Policy: The Quest for Enhanced Predictability, Rationality, European Solidarity and Legitimacy

     pp. 195-236

    Alexander Orakhelashvili

    The European Convention on Human Rights and International Public Order

     pp. 237-270

    Eleanor Spaventa

    Public Services and European Law: Looking for Boundaries

     pp. 271-291

    John Bell

    Lay Judges

     pp. 293-310

    Fernne Brennan

    The Race Directive: Recycling Racial Inequality

     pp. 311-331

    Wolfgang Ernst

    New Rules of Breach of Contract in Germany

     pp. 333-356

    Thomas C Fischer

    European 'Citizenship': In its Own Right and in Comparison with the United States

     pp. 357-394

    Alan Dashwood

    The Draft EU Constitution First Impressions

     pp. 395-417

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2003-2004, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Anthony Arnull

    A Constitutional Court for Europe?

     pp. 1-34

    John Bell

    European Perspectives on a Judicial Appointments Commission

     pp. 35-54

    Mark Bell

    Combating Racial Discrimination Through the European Employment Strategy

     pp. 55-71

    Terry Calvani

    Enforcement of Cartel Law in Ireland

     pp. 73-82

    Rosa Greaves

    Selected Opinions Delivered by Advocate General Lagrange

     pp. 83-103

    Irini Katsirea

    The Transmission State Principle: The End of the Broadcasting Sovereignty of the Member States?

     pp. 105-139

    Matthias Leistner

    Unfair Competition or Consumer Protection? The Commission's Unfair Commercial Practices Proposal 2003

     pp. 141-176

    Andrej Savin

    The Internet and its Regulation in the European Union

     pp. 177-200

    John R Spencer

    The European Arrest Warrant

     pp. 201-217

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2004-2005, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Neil MacCormick

    The Health of Nations and the Health of Europe

     pp. 1-16

    Mireille Delmas-Marty

    Towards an Integrated European Criminal Law

     pp. 17-31

    Alan Dashwood

    The EU Constitution What Will Really Change?

     pp. 33-56

    Per Cramer

    Does the Codification of the Principle of Supremacy Matter?

     pp. 57-79

    Hugh Collins

    Harmonisation of European Contract Law: Citizenship, Diversity and Effectiveness

     pp.  81-99

    David Feldman

    European Human Rights and Constitution-building in a Post-conflict Society: the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina

     pp. 101-134

    Paula Giliker

    Unifying European Contract Law: Identifying a European Pre-contractual Obligation to Inform

     pp. 135-159

    Guy Harpaz

    The Effectiveness of Europe's Economic and 'Soft' Power Instruments in its Relations with the State of Israel

     pp. 161-188

    Imelda Maher

    The Interface of EC Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: the Essential and the Creative

     pp. 189-210

    Okeoghene Odudu

    The Meaning of Undertaking within 81 EC

     pp. 211-241

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2005-2006, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Giuliano Amato

    Constitutional Developments in Europe

     pp. 1-8

    Cheryl Saunders

    Democracy, Transparency and the Apparent Demise of the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe

     pp. 9-35

    NW Barber

    The Constitution, The State and the European Union

     pp. 37-58

    Damian Chalmers

    Private Power and Public Authority in European Union Law

     pp. 59-94

    Nina Boeger

    'New' Social Democracy before the Court of Justice

     pp. 95-114

    David Ibbetson

    English Law and the European Ius Commune 1450 1650

     pp. 115-132

    Christoph Kletzer

    Alexandre Kojeve's Hegelianism and the Formation of Europe

     pp. 133-151

    Ioannis Lianos

    Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Is the Property Rights' Approach Right?

     pp. 153-186

    Niamh Nic Shuibhne

    Derogating from the Free Movement of Persons: When can EU Citizens be Deported?

     pp. 187-227

    Simon Whittaker

    The Language or Languages of Consumer Contracts

     pp. 229-257

    Harm Schepel

    The Public/Private Divide in Secondary Community Law: a Footnote to the European Economic Constitution

     pp. 259-272

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2006-2007, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Nicholas Bamforth

    Prohibited Grounds of Discrimination under EU Law and the European Convention on Human Rights: Problems of Contrast and Overlap

     pp. 1-42

    Michal Bobek

    The Binding Force of Babel: The Enforcement of EC Law Unpublished in the Languages of the New Member States

     pp. 43-80

    Alan Dashwood

    From Van Duyn to Mangold via Marshall: Reducing Direct Effect to Absurdity?

     pp. 81-109

    Francesco de Cecco

    The Many Meanings of 'Competition' in EC State Aid Law

     pp. 111-131

    Olivier de Schutter

    Fundamental Rights and the Transformation of Governance in the European Union

     pp. 133-175

    Dimitrios Doukas

    Untying the Market Access Knot: Advertising Restrictions and the Free Movement of Goods and Services

     pp. 177-215

    Joanna Flower

    Negotiating European Legislation: The Services Directive

     pp. 217-238

    Thomas Gibbons

    The Impact of Regulatory Competition on Measures to Promote Pluralism and Cultural Diversity in the Audiovisual Sector

     pp. 239-259

    Tamara K Hervey

    The Current Legal Framework on the Right to Seek Health Care Abroad in the European Union

     pp. 261-286

    Suzanne Kingston

    The Boundaries of Sovereignty: The ECJ's Controversial Role Applying Internal Market Law to Direct Tax Measures

     pp. 287-311

    Jose Antonio Farah Lopes de Lima

    Europol as the Director and Coordinator of the Joint Investigation Teams

     pp. 313-328

    Johan Meeusen

    What Has It Got to Do Necessarily with the European Union?': International Family Law and European (Economic) Integration

     pp. 329-355

    Tonia Novitz

    Labour Rights as Human Rights: Implications for Employers' Free Movement in an Enlarged European Union

     pp. 357-386

    Robert Schutze

    EC Law and International Agreements of the Member States An Ambivalent Relationship?

     pp. 387-440

    Silvana Sciarra

    Trusting Judges to Deliver Changes: Italy, the EU and Labour Law

     pp. 441-464

    John R Spencer

    The Problems of Trans-border Evidence and European Initiatives to Resolve Them

     pp. 465-480

    Philipp Werner

    Fiscal State Aid: On Tax Exemptions and Reimbursement of Taxes

     pp. 481-505

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2007-2008, Vol.10

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Michal Bobek

    On the Application of European Law in (Not Only) the Courts of the New Member States: 'Don't Do as I Say'?

     pp. 1-34

    Rachael Craufurd Smith

    Balancing Culture and Competition: State Support for Film and Television in European Community Law

     pp. 35-67

    Gareth Davies

    'Process and Production Method'-based Trade Restrictions in the EU

     pp. 69-97

    Stefan Enchelmaier

    Something Intangible to Hold on to the Spectrum of Security over Receivables in England and Germany

     pp. 99-132

    Kyriakos Fountoukakos

    Judicial Review and EC Merger Control: Reflections on the Effectiveness of the System with Regard to the Standard of Review and Speed

     pp. 133-166

    Conor Gearty

    Situating International Human Rights Law in an Age of Counter-Terrorism

     pp. 167-187

    Constance Grewe

    The Relationship between the EU and Member States in Constitutional Case Law: A Comparison between Western and Eastern Europe

     pp. 189-198

    Nick Grief

    The Domestic Reach of General Principles of Law: First City Trading Revisited

     pp. 199-214

    Vassilis Hatzopoulos

    Assessing the Services Directive (2006/123/EC)

     pp. 215-261

    Giorgio Monti

    The New Substantive Test in the EC Merger Regulation Bridging the Gap between Economics and Law?

     pp. 263-285

    Paolisa Nebbia

    The Double Life of Effectiveness

     pp. 287-302

    Marcel Szabo

    The EU under Public International Law: Challenging Prospects

     pp. 303-343

    Christopher Townley

    Is anything more Important than Consumer Welfare (in Article 81 EC)? Reflections of a Community Lawyer

     pp. 345-381

    Steve Peers

    In a World of Their Own? Justice and Home Affairs Opt-Outs and the Treaty of Lisbon

     pp. 383-412

    Eleanor Sharpston, Jose Maria Fernandez-Martin

    Some Reflections on Schengen Free Movement Rights and the Principle of Ne Bis In Idem

     pp. 413-448

    Jack Straw

    Human Rights in the Twenty-First Century

     pp. 449-460

    Catherine Barnard

    Viking and Laval: An Introduction

     pp. 463-492

    Mia Ronnmar

    Free Movement of Services versus National Labour Law and Industrial Relations Systems: Understanding the Laval Case from a Swedish and Nordic Perspective

     pp. 493-523

    Alan Dashwood

    Viking and Laval: Issues of Horizontal Direct Effect

     pp. 525-540

    Tonia Novitz

    A Human Rights Analysis of the Viking and Laval Judgments

     pp. 541-561

    Silvana Sciarra

    Viking and Laval: Collective Labour Rights and Market Freedoms in the Enlarged EU

     pp. 563-580

    Simon Deakin

    Regulatory Competition after Laval

     pp. 581-609

    Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 2008-2009, Vol.11

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Allan Rosas

    Justice in Haste, Justice Denied? The European Court of Justice and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice

     pp. 1-13

    Jo Eric Khushal Murkens

    Countering Anti-Constitutional Argument: The Reasons for the European Court of Justice's Decision in Kadi and Al Barakaat

     pp. 15-51

    Sionaidh Douglas-Scott

    The EU's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: A Lack of Fundamental Rights, Mutual Trust and Democracy?

     pp. 53-85

    Catherine Seville

    Developments (and Non-Developments) in the Harmonisation of EU Intellectual Property Law

     pp. 87-121

    Robert O Donoghue, Bruce Carr

    Dealing with Viking and Laval: From Theory to Practice

     pp. 123-163

    Pinar Akman

    The Role of Exploitation in Abuse under Article 82 EC

     pp. 165-188

    John R Spencer

    People-Trafficking: Some Reflections on the EU Legislation, and its Implementation in the UK

     pp. 189-210

    Catherine Donnelly

    Administrative Law and Multi-Level Administration: An EU and US Comparison

     pp. 211-246

    Matthew Dyson

    Connecting Tort and Crime: Comparative Legal History in England and Spain since 1850

     pp. 247-288

    Geert van Calster

    An Overview of Regulatory Innovation in the European Union

     pp. 289-320

    Christopher Hilson

    Risk and the European Convention on Human Rights: Towards a New Approach

     pp. 353-398

    Jan Komarek

    Precedent and Judicial Lawmaking in Supreme Courts: The Court of Justice Compared to the US Supreme Court and the French Cour de Cassation

     pp. 399-433

    Sophie Boyron

    The 'New' French Constitution and the European Union

     pp. 321-351

     


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