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As always Catherine Barnard has produced an exceptionally good book. It is excellent in terms of content, research and coverage. The analysis is thorough and the diagrams and features enhance its student-friendliness. (Stelios Andreadakis, Senior Lecturer in Law, Oxford Brookes University Lecturer in Law, Oxford Brookes University)
Barnard's text is unique in its coverage and systematic exposition of the law as it stands today. It is highly recommended to graduate students studying specific aspects of the EU Single Market as well as to undergraduates studying a core module in EU Law. (Mavluda Sattorova, Lecturer in Law, University of Liverpool)
Barnard offers an excellent and comprehensive analysis of the law of the EU internal market, presented in a systematic and accessible manner. (Dimitrios Doukas, Senior Lecturer in EU Law, Queen's University Belfast)
Barnard provides high-quality, well-structured analysis which cuts through the core areas of EU law. (Harri Kalimo, Professor of Law and Senior Research Fellow, Vrije Universiteit Brussels)
About the Author
Catherine Barnard is Professor of European Union Law and Jean Monnet Chair of EU Law at the University of Cambridge. She is also a Fellow of Trinity College. She specializes in European Union Law, labour and discrimination law, and competition law.