16 July 2013

JOURNAL: European Law Journal – Review of European Law Context

We are pleased to announce that the new issue of the European Law Journal, Review of European Law Context,  is now available on Wiley Online Library. Edited by Francis Snyder, the European Law Journal represents an authoritative new approach to the study of European Law, developed specifically to express and develop the study and understanding of European law in its social, cultural, political and economic context. The journal fills a major gap in the current literature on all issues of European law, and is essential reading for anyone studying or practising EU law and its diverse impact on the environment, national legal systems, local government, economic organizations, and European citizens.

This latest issue includes:
  • General Principles in EU Law between a Compensatory Role and an Intrinsic Value (pages 457–487)- Constanze Semmelmann
  • Variations in Member States’ Preliminary References to the Court of Justice—Are Structural Factors (Part of) the Explanation? (pages 488–501) - Morten Broberg and Niels Fenger
  • The Right to Have What Rights? EU Citizenship in Need of Clarification (pages 502–516) - Dimitry Kochenov
  • The Development of EU Case-Law on Age Discrimination in Employment: ‘Will You Still Need Me? Will You Still Feed Me? When I'm Sixty-Four’ (pages 517–544) - Elaine Dewhurst
  • The Protection of Traditional Foods in the EU: Traditional Specialities Guaranteed (pages 545–576) - Andrea Tosato
  • Beyond Kyoto: The EU's Contribution to a More Sustainable World Economy (pages 577–591) - Beatriz Pérez de las Heras

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