This work offers a study and a critical analysis of the case law of the European Court of Justice from 2008 to 2011. It intends to identify its new contributions to the process of European integration and to the constitutional structure of the Union. It is a reference book for practitioners of EU Law and for academics, as it addresses the ECJ case law relating to the institutional system of the EU, police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters, EU competition law, EU citizenship and free movement of persons, judicial cooperation in civil matters, EU external action, internal market and EU social policy. The book opens with a lecture by Pascual Sala (President of the Spanish Constitutional Court) on the preliminary ruling procedure and its part in the dialogue between courts, and it ends with the contribution of Joaquín Huelin (Justice of the Spanish Supreme Court) referred as well to the interplay between national judges and the ECJ; the book finally closes with the reflections of Pedro Cruz (Advocate-General of the ECJ) on the protection of fundamental rights in the EU. An excellent material to understand the momentum of the EU.
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