National Courts and EU Law: New Issues, Theories and Methods

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National Courts and EU Law : New Issues, Theories and Methods. / de Witte, Bruno (Editor); Mayoral, Juan A. (Editor); Jaremba, Urszula (Editor); Podstawa, Karolina (Editor); Wind, Marlene (Editor).

Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016. 288 p. (Judicial Review and Cooperation, Vol. 2).

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Harvard

de Witte, B, Mayoral, JA, Jaremba, U, Podstawa, K & Wind, M (eds) 2016, National Courts and EU Law: New Issues, Theories and Methods. Judicial Review and Cooperation, vol. 2, Edward Elgar Publishing.

APA

de Witte, B., Mayoral, J. A., Jaremba, U., Podstawa, K., & Wind, M. (Eds.) (2016). National Courts and EU Law: New Issues, Theories and Methods. Edward Elgar Publishing. Judicial Review and Cooperation, Vol.. 2

Vancouver

de Witte B, (ed.), Mayoral JA, (ed.), Jaremba U, (ed.), Podstawa K, (ed.), Wind M, (ed.). National Courts and EU Law: New Issues, Theories and Methods. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016. 288 p. (Judicial Review and Cooperation, Vol. 2).

Author

de Witte, Bruno (Editor) ; Mayoral, Juan A. (Editor) ; Jaremba, Urszula (Editor) ; Podstawa, Karolina (Editor) ; Wind, Marlene (Editor). / National Courts and EU Law : New Issues, Theories and Methods. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016. 288 p. (Judicial Review and Cooperation, Vol. 2).

Bibtex

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