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Oxford Encyclopedia of EU Law is a new academic product within the Oxford Public International Law (OPIL) product family, along with
Oxford Reports on International Law (ORIL),
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law (OSAIL),
Max Planck Encyclopedias of International Law (MPEPIL),
Oxford Historical Treaties (OHT), and
Oxford International Organisations (OXIO).
The addition of OEEUL to the family will provide a high-level overview of all aspects of European Union (EU) law. Providing original high-level analysis of EU law by specilized distinguished contributors, articles from this encycopedia will defineand cover the basis and foundations of EU law, as well as analyzing and explaining legal concepts in a focused range of subjects that seek to provide the best coverage of the essence, character, development, and history of European Union Law.
- Providing original high-level analysis of European Union (EU) law by specialized distinguished contributors, articles from this encyclopedia address a focused range of subjects that seek to provide the best coverage of the essence, character, development, and history of European Union law.
- Encyclopedia articles offering an overview of European Union law
- Seamless navigation between encyclopedia articles within the website as well as through references pages on the Oxford Law Citator
- Coverage includes analysis of EU Law principles, processes, institutions, and rights protection.
Why the Oxford Encyclopedia of EU Law?
The OEEUL service provides browsing and searching of all of the material within the resource based on keywords and subjects. OEEUL content is also connected to the Oxford Law Citatora state-of-the-art navigation tool which provides direct links to related materials within OEEUL, other online law resources from OUP, and important references available elsewhere.
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)
EU Law supports librarians by providing:
- Excellent customer support
- COUNTER-compliant statistics
- MARC21 records available, free of charge
- OpenURL compliance, connecting citations straight into the library's catalogue
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