Call Number Ranges
You may also find materials relevant to this topic by browsing the following call number range in the Law Library: KJE1 - KJE9947. These materials are located on Level 4.
Search with the term European Union to find Google books on this subject. Then narrow your search by topic. Labour, or constitutional law for example.
Books are a good place to start your research. They can be narrowly focused or they can show an overall picture of a general topic. Many of these titles also contain the text of basic legislation. Search the Discovery Service on the TMLL web page in order to find books on the European Union. Unless you are searching for a specific title, search by subject. Use the phrase "European Union" under subjects. Use the advanced search link on the right side of the Discovery section to start a search. Listed below are some titles that can help you:
- Cases and Materials on European Union Law, Roger J. Goebel. 4th ed. West Academic Publishing, 2015. [KJE945.C37 2015]
- EU Labour Law: A Commentary, Monica Schlachter. Wolters Kluwer, 2015. [KJE2855.E947 2015]
- EU Social and Employment Law, Philippa Watson. Oxford University Press, 2014. [KJE3275.W38 2014]
- European Federal Criminal Law, Carlos Gomez-Jara Diez. Intersentia, 2015 [ KJE7975.G66 2015]
- European Union Law Guide, compiled and edited by Philip Raworth, Most recent edition avalable on Westlaw
- European Union Health Law: Themes and Implications, Tamara K. Hervey and Jean V. McHale. Cambridge University Press, 2015. [KJE6172.H45 2015]
- European Union Law in a Nutshell, Ralph H. Folsom. West Academic Publishing, 2014. [KJE949.F55 2014]
- Fundamental Rights in the EU: A Matter For Two Courts, Edited by Sonia Morano-Foadi and Lucy Vickers. Hart Publishing Co., 2015. [KJE5132.F859 2015]
- General Principles of EU Civil Law, Norbert Reich. Intersentia, 2014. [KJE995.R45 2014]
- On the Law of the EU, Smit & Herzog. Most recent edition available on Lexis
- The Past and Future of EU Law: The Classics of EU Law Revisited on the 50th Anniversary of the Rome Treaty, edited by Miguel Poiares Maduro and Loic Azoulai. Hart, 2010. [KJE947.P37 2010]
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