Existing literature on the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has proved that there is a convergence of market freedoms in the Court’s judgements. Yet the data supporting this argument were recorded up until 2010. Hence, by reviewing a selection of the Court’s judgements from beyond 2010, this research aims to test whether … Continue reading New Title – “An assessment of the extent to which the CJEU’s interpretation of free movement of goods and free movement of persons has converged”
There are three keywords in this topic: European integration, European citizenship and internal market; hence it is both appropriate and necessary to approach the question through examining these concepts and their evolution within the European Union (EU) framework. The main aspect to be considered is the actual development of the European Union in what the … Continue reading Parallel to the deepening of European Integration, a new role of European Citizenship has been created that goes far beyond just economic participation in the internal market.
The ‘Law Merchant’ or lex mercatoria as known in the earliest times and its applicability in the legal sphere represents a topic of great interest among the academics in this specific area. The scope here is to answer the question whether lex mercatoria can be an applicable choice of law and bring it into contrast … Continue reading Applicable Choice of Law – Lex Mercatoria or Vienna Convention
To gain a better understanding about the basic principles and mechanism of the Court of Justice of the European Union it is important to mention CJEU’s main role which is, ‘ensuring EU law is interpreted and applied the same in every EU country; ensuring countries and EU institutions abide by EU law.’ To put it broadly, … Continue reading The development by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) of the doctrine of supremacy