The inspirational ideas of Advocate General Francis Jacobs have been drawn together here for the first time in one volume. Fifteen leading EU law practitioners and academics have contributed, including both Sir Francis' predecessor and his successor, covering topics of current discussion in this continually evolving field. Each contributor deals with a discrete topic of EU law and discusses its evolution to date, its current state and its future development, always with specific reference to Sir Francis' opinions. Covering a diverse range of EU law topics, this book will be of great interest to anyone seeking a greater insight into the workings of the European Court of Justice and the role of the Advocate General, and also for anyone involved in the academic study of EU law or practising and litigating in the field. "Making Community Law" should provide a rich treasury of ideas, explaining both the current state of EU jurisprudence as well as considering the next steps in the making of EU law.