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Common Market Law Review

Common Market Law Review 
Discipline European law
Language English
Edited by Thomas Ackermann (Munich); Loïc Azoulai (EUI, Florence); Michael Dougan (Liverpool); Christophe Hillion (Leiden and Stockholm); Siofra O'Leary (CJEU, Luxembourg, and College of Europe, Bruges); Wulf-Henning Roth (Bonn); Ben Smulders (European Commission, Brussels); Stefaan van den Bogaert (Leiden).Associate Editor is Alison McDonnell (Leiden).
Publication details
Publisher
Wolters Kluwer Law and Business (Netherlands)
Publication history
1963-present
Frequency Bimonthly
Indexing
ISSN 0165-0750
Links
  • Journal homepage

The Common Market Law Review is a bi-monthly, peer-reviewed law journal covering European Union law. It is the oldest dedicated journal on EU (originally EEC) law, and was founded in 1963 by the Europa Institute of Leiden University in cooperation with the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London. It is published by Kluwer Law International. The journal publishes articles, case notes and book reviews in English.

Topics covered include: • External relations of the EU • European Union Law in national courts • Developments in market regulation • Enforcement of EU law • European consumer protection • European rules on conflict of law and conflict of jurisdictions • General principles of EU law • Regulation of public procurement • State aid policy and practice • Economic and monetary union • The EU/WTO relationship • The reaction to the financial markets crisis.

The journal also contains annotations of cases from the European Court of Human Rights, and other tribunals addressing EU law, as well as book reviews from the field.

References

External links

  • British Institute of International and Comparative Law
  • Europa Institute
  • Leiden Law School
  • Wolters Kluwer e-store
  • Kluwer Law Online
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