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  1. Required Reading 2 items
    A customised textbook, EU Law, published by Oxford University Press available from UEA Waterstones’ bookshop (ISBN 9780198766513). This contains selected chapters from:
  2. Recommended further reading 12 items
    1. The substantive law of the EU - Barnard 2016

      Book Further Reading It is best to read the new, 2016 edition of this book, particularly for citizenship, in order to be up-to-date with the case law.

    2. EU law - Gerard Conway 2015

      Book 

    3. European Union law: text and materials - Damian Chalmers, Gareth Davies, Giorgio Monti 2014

      Book 

    4. European Union law - Robert Schütze 2015

      Book 

    5. European constitutional law - Robert Schütze 2016

      Book 

    6. Steiner & Woods EU Law - Lorna Woods, Philippa Watson, and Marios CostaLorna Woods, Philippa Watson, and Marios CostaLorna Woods, Philippa Watson, and Marios CostaLorna Woods, Philippa Watson, and Marios CostaLorna Woods, Philippa Watson, and Marios Costa

      Book 

    7. Cases and Materials on EU Law - Stephen Weatherill 2016

      Book Further Reading

    8. An introduction to European law - Robert Schütze 2015

      Book 

  3. Other study materials 9 items
    1. Journals 9 items
    2. Legislation and Cases 0 items
      In hard-copy, EU legislation can be found in the Official Journal (OJ) and cases will be found in European Court Reports (ECR) and/or Common Market Law Reports (CMLR). On-line access to materials can be found via Westlaw, the EU’s website: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/en/index.htm or the CJEU’s website (for cases): http://www.curia.europa.eu
  4. Critical thinking skills: developing effective analysis and argument - Stella Cottrell 2011

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