Nigel Foster provides a concise and clear explanation of EU law, covering both institutional aspects and key substantive areas, offering an accessible entry point to the subject.
- Provides a focused account of essential EU law topics, supporting study
- Features clear and concise explanations from an experienced lecturer and examiner, providing a straight-forward, unbiased account of the subject to ensure readers can grasp key issues quickly
- A three-part structure first provides thorough coverage of the institutions of the EU, allowing students to gain a solid understanding of the key principles which govern the Union, before moving on to discuss a range of substantive issues, and finally considering the changing relationship between the EU and the UK in Part III.
- Accompanied by online resources to support students throughout their studies, and keep them up to date with the latest developments