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A matter of principle for whom? The CJEU's Development of Principles and the Influential Possibilities of Member States


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Title: A matter of principle for whom? The CJEU's Development of Principles and the Influential Possibilities of Member States
Authors: Schwarz, Natalie
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2018
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: 2018:66
Abstract: With a legal philosophical focus, this thesis examines the Court of Justice of the European Union’s development of principles, using the principles of direct effect and supremacy as examples, and the member states influential possibilities, focusing on the tools of non-referral and submitting observations. The theories of legal interpretivism and legal positivism have been applied, and in order to create a social context, the development of principles and the member state tools have been analyse... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/55460
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