'A thorough, theoretically grounded textbook, which explores the free movement law of the EU in impressive detail.' Professor Phil Syrpis, Professor of EU Law, University of Bristol
'Indispensable reading for EU law students and academics generally who are seeking a deeper understanding of what makes EU law as a discipline so important.' Dr Graham Butler, Associate Professor of Law, ,Aarhus University
Detailed, critical, clear, and visual: unparalleled coverage of the four freedoms of the EU.
Popular with students and academics alike, this authoritative text provides a thorough analysis of the key principles of the substantive law of the EU.
• Case studies put the law in context, helping you to understand the complexities of key topics and their practical implications
• Expert critique paired with accessible explanations, from a leading academic, make this book ideal for both those new to the subject and those looking to further their understanding
• Diagrams and flowcharts provide a visual summary of essential concepts
Catherine Barnard is Professor of EU Law and Employment Law, University of Cambridge; Fellow and Senior Tutor, Trinity College, Cambridge.