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Review of the 1st Edition This book is strongly recommended for readers interested in deepening their knowledge of EU law, especially to students, professors and researchers of law and political science eager to gain greater insights into EU constitutional law. Moreover, the style of the book is pleasant to read and clearly understandable... -- Juan A. Mayoral Journal of Common Market Studies, Volume 50, Number 2 Review of the 1st Edition Difficile de choisir parmi les epithets elogieuses quant...Il permet de prendre le recul necessaire pour comprende aussi simplement que possible un ordre constitutionnel eminemment complexe, mais qui, sus les plumes conjointes d'A. Rosas et de L. Armati, se revele etonnamment comprehensible par tous. Une traduction francaise serait sans nul doute appreciee par les lecteurs francophones. -- Elsa Bernard Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Europeen, 2011, Issue 4 Review of the first edition Without any doubt whatsoever, this new book is a most valuable and in fact very important contribution to the current doctrine of EU constitutional law. ...definitely one of the most important contributions to EU constitutional law that has occurred in recent years [which] offers readers with a reasonable insight into EU law a decent possibility to grasp and relatively quickly learn about important recent changes in this area of ever-growing importance. -- Joakim Nergelius Nordic Journal of International Law, Volume 81
About the Author
Allan Rosas has been a judge at the European Court of Justice since January 2002, having formerly been Armfelt Professor of Law at the Åbo Akademi University and later Principal Legal Adviser and Deputy Director-General of the Legal Service of the European Commission. Lorna Armati has been a Member of the Legal Service of the European Commission since September 2010, having formerly been Legal Secretary to Judge Rosas and later Legal Officer at the EFTA Surveillance Authority.