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By Catherine Barnard, Markus Gehring

The Cambridge Yearbook of ecu criminal reviews offers a discussion board for the scrutiny of important concerns in: european legislations, the legislation of the eu conference on Human Rights, comparative legislation with a ecu size, and especially these concerns that have come to the fore in the course of the yr previous book. The contributions showing within the assortment are commissioned through the guts for eu felony reviews (CELS) Cambridge, a examine middle within the legislations school of the college of Cambridge focusing on ecu criminal concerns. The papers provided are on the innovative of the fields which they deal with and replicate the perspectives of well-known specialists drawn from the college international, from felony perform, and from the associations of either the european and its Member States. Inclusion of the comparative measurement brings a clean point of view to the research of eu legislation, whereas highlighting the consequences of globalization of the legislations extra in general and the ensuing pass fertilization of norms and ideas that experience happened between formerly sovereign and separate criminal orders. The e-book could be a useful source for these wishing to maintain speed with criminal advancements within the fast paced global of ecu integration. (Series: Cambridge Yearbook of ecu criminal reviews )

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702 R (on the application of Roberts) v Parole Board [2005] UKHL 45, [2005] 2 AC 738 ........................................................................... 287 Scott v Scott [1913] AC 417............................................................................... 702 Secretary of State v AF [2009] UKHL 28, [2010] 2 AC 269 ............................... 291 United States Adamson v California 332 US 46 (1947) ................................................... 342, 344 Atkins v Virginia 536 US 304 (2002) ...........................................................

306 C–524/07 Commission v Austria (roadworthiness of cars) [2008] ECR I–187 .......................................................................................... 609 C–550/07P AKZO Nobel v Commission [2010] ECR I–8301 ............................ 512 C–555/07 Kücükdeveci v Swedex GmbH & Co KG [2010] ECR I–365........................................................................................ 350, 563–86 C–6/08P US Steel Košice v Commission [2008] ECR I–96 .................................

21 C–392/93 R v HM Treasury, ex parte British Telecommunications plc [1996] ECR I–1631 ............................ 464, 466–67, 513 C–412/93 Leclerc-Siplec [1995] ECR I–179 ......................................... 97, 598, 608 C–415/93 Union Royale Belge des Sociétés de Football Association ASBL v Bosman [1995] ECR I–4921 ..................... 263, 470–71, 569 C–450/93 Kalanke v Freie Hansestadt Bremen [1995] ECR I–3051....................................................................................................

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