This insightful and timely book provides a comparative assessment of selected legal issues emerging from the EU legal context which impact profoundly on the national legal systems. It argues that judicial interaction can answer complex legal questions relating to the implementation of the EU Charter.
Featuring practical cases of judicial interactions between European and national courts, the contributions in this book analyse the multi-dimensional impact of a wide array of judicial interaction techniques such as the preliminary reference procedure, consistent interpretation, comparative reasoning, mutual recognition and disapplication. Constructed in an insightful manner, the book stimulates debate and dialogue across the boundaries of practice and academia, featuring exchanges of expertise and knowledge between legal practitioners and leading scholars.
This timely book will be an invaluable resource for scholars and post-graduate students in courses on European fundamental rights, empirical research methods in law, EU litigation practice and judicial cooperation. It will also prove to be a useful guide for legal practitioners, providing practical and punctual analysis of the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union on the application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
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