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The Transformation or Reconstitution of Europe
The Transformation or Reconstitution of Europe
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The Transformation or Reconstitution of Europe

The Critical Legal Studies Perspective on the Role of the Courts in the European Union
Tamara Perišin, Siniša Rodin
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The Transformation or Reconstitution of Europe

The Critical Legal Studies Perspective on the Role of the Courts in the European Union
Tamara Perišin, Siniša Rodin
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It is generally understood that EU law as interpreted by the ECJ has not merely reconstituted the national legal matrix at the supranational level, but has also transformed Europe and shaken the well-established, often formalist, ways of thinking about law in the Member States. This innovative new study seeks to examine such a narrative through the lens of the American critical legal studies (CLS) perspective. The introduction explains how the editors understand CLS and why its methodology is relevant in the European context. Part II examines whether and how judges embed policy choices or even ideologies in their decisions, and how to detect them. Part III assesses how the ECJ acts to ensure the legitimacy of its decisions, whether it resists implementing political ideologies, what the ideology of European integration is, and how the selection of judges influences these issues. Part IV uses the critical perspective to examine some substantive parts of EU law, rules on internal and external movement, and the European arrest warrant. It seeks to determine whether the role of the ECJ has really been transformative and whether that transformation is reversible. Part V considers the role of academics in shaping the narratives of EU integration.

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Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing
Year
2018
ISBN
9781509907267
Topic
Law
Subtopic
International Law
Edition
1

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