Ne bis in idem in European Law: A Difficult Exercise in Constitutional Pluralism

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Table of Contents: I. A principle of European law. – II. Building coherence across European legal systems. – II.1. The challenging construction of compatible European standards. – II.2. The problem of the idem: what is criminal? – III. The attempted compromise. – IV. The revived schism. – V. Conclusion.

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Towards European Criminal Procedural Law: An Introduction

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Abstract: As European Union competences gradually increase, criminal law is one of the areas of EU law on which most attention is focused. At the heart of this field, criminal procedural law is made particularly interesting by its position at the intersection of two sectors that were traditionally excluded from the European Union...

The Pernicious Influence of Citizenship Rights on Workers’ Rights in the EU: The Case of Student Finance

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The perplexing extension of “sufficient links” tests to frontier workers’ social advantages. – II.1. A questionable but minor initial development. – II.2. A problematic extension to student finance. – II.3. A clear break with established case law and secondary law. – III. A contentious “investor’s approach”...

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