The European court of justice as a constitutional court: implications fo the EU and international legal orders

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Abstract

The European court of justice (ECJ) is a constituent part of the most developed example of a system of regional governance currently in existence.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Law and Dispute Settlement
Subtitle of host publicationNew Problems and Techniques
EditorsDuncan French, Matthew Saul, Nigel D. White
Place of PublicationOxford
Chapter19
Pages367-388
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 4 Mar 2010

Publication series

NameStudies in International Law
PublisherHart Publishing
No.28

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Keywords

  • European court of justice
  • international law
  • constitutional courts

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Cardwell, P. J. (2010). The European court of justice as a constitutional court: implications fo the EU and international legal orders. In D. French, M. Saul, & N. D. White (Eds.), International Law and Dispute Settlement: New Problems and Techniques (pp. 367-388). (Studies in International Law; No. 28). Oxford.
Cardwell, Paul James. / The European court of justice as a constitutional court : implications fo the EU and international legal orders. International Law and Dispute Settlement: New Problems and Techniques. editor / Duncan French ; Matthew Saul ; Nigel D. White. Oxford, 2010. pp. 367-388 (Studies in International Law; 28).
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International Law and Dispute Settlement: New Problems and Techniques. ed. / Duncan French; Matthew Saul; Nigel D. White. Oxford, 2010. p. 367-388 (Studies in International Law; No. 28).

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Cardwell PJ. The European court of justice as a constitutional court: implications fo the EU and international legal orders. In French D, Saul M, White ND, editors, International Law and Dispute Settlement: New Problems and Techniques. Oxford. 2010. p. 367-388. (Studies in International Law; 28).