The Oxford Encyclopedia of EU Law (OEEUL) is a product within the Oxford Public International Law family. Providing high-level analysis of European Union (EU) law by specialized distinguished contributors, articles from this encyclopedia address a focused range of key concepts and notions that seek to provide detailed coverage of EU law as a whole in a user-friendly and innovative way.
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The articles will define and cover the basis and foundations of European Union law, as well as analyzing and explaining legal concepts for the following continuously expanding sections:
- Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (Forthcoming)
- Citizenship (Forthcoming)
- Common Commercial Policy
- Comparative Law (Forthcoming)
- Competence (Forthcoming)
- Competition Law (Forthcoming)
- Consumer Protection
- Criminal law (Forthcoming)
- Data Protection
- Economic and Monetary Union (Forthcoming)
- European Integration
- General Principles (Forthcoming)
- Internal Market (Forthcoming)
- Judicial Protection
- Social and Employment Law
- Supporting Policies
- Technology (Forthcoming)
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