User Guide

This website is designed to provide students and readers with additional cases, materials and resources to my An Introduction to European Law (3rd edn) book. It can, of course, equally be used with the first and second editions of European Union Law and the European Constitutional Law textbook.

Chapters and chapter-specific materials: You would have seen an overview of all the chapters as you entered the website. Simply click on a chapter to read more. You will be provided with a brief outline as well as a full introduction excerpt with every chapter. With the navigation pane on the top, you can explore chapter-specific:

  • Cases
  • Figures and pictures (click on an image to view it in full size. All figures and tables are included with permission of Oxford University Press)
  • Extra materials (useful videos, resources, etc.) and
  • Further reading (when clicked, it will automatically redirect you to a download page if you are on-campus)

Cases complete provides an overview of all the cases mentioned in the book. Full cases are Lisbonised. Those that start with “Summary of…” is a summary of the case stated (to search only for case summaries, go to Revision > Case summaries). They are all downloadable as PDFs.

Links provides, well, links to the most important websites of the EU institutions and the most important academic journals and blogs. Simply click to expand.

Our revision section is divided into four parts:

  • Essays: general essay tips
  • Problem questions: charts for problem questions such as Art 263 TFEU, other methods of review, liability actions, direct effect. Downloadable in PDF.
  • Revision slides: these are chapter-specific and aim to highlight the key points of each chapter. Downloadable in PDF or PPTX.
  • Case summaries: highlights facts, outcome and significance of key cases. You can use the search button on the right-hand side. Downloadable in PDF.

Brexit highlights key issues in Brexit and gives links and useful resources for students to use.

The user guide will always be here for you to come back to should you need it.

Disclaimer: This website is hosted, controlled and maintained by Robert Schütze. Oxford University Press does not accept any responsibility for the content and/or the services offered on this website.