This book examines in detail EU law on Justice and Home Affairs. In turn, it looks at the decision-making and judicial rules which the EU applies in these areas, then it examines the extensive EU law on visas and border controls, regulation of legal migration, control of illegal migration, criminal law definitions, criminal procedure, and policing and customs.
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Steve Peers is a Professor of Law at the University of Essex. He has written extensively on the issue of EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, along with the issues of Human Rights in EU law, EU external relations law and EU social law.
EU Justice and Home Affairs Law offers a thorough and accessible account of this important and developing area of law...This book will be of real value to those working in criminal law, legislation, policy development and considering as it does visa, border control and the free movement of people, those within immigration and asylum and related areas * David Dickson, Extradition Team Leader, International Co-operation Unit Crown Office Edinburgh * Review from previous edition Steve Peers's book on ' Third Pillar ' matters is a remarkable volume, at both what one might call the ' macro- ' and ' micro- ' levels. At the higher level, it gives some sense of quite how much action has been taken in the sensitive fields of criminal law and immigration under the EU umbrella. At the level of detail, Peers shows just how complex the programmes are. ...It is a tribute to the massive endeavour of Professor Peers, as well as to the broad scope of his knowledge, that this book carries off with enormous authority both the macro- and micro- tasks. * Colin Warbrick, International Journal of Refugee Law, Vol 20, No.1, March 2008 *
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Descripción Oxford Univ Pr, 2006. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 2nd edition. 588 pages. 9.25x6.25x1.75 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0199290555
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