6 edition of EU Immigration and Asylum Law found in the catalog.
August 30, 2006
by Martinus Nijhoff
Written in English
|Contributions||Nicola Rogers (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1028|
The eighth edition of Immigration and Asylum Law continues to provide students with expert coverage of case law and legislation, along with dynamic analysis of the political context and social impact of the law, and a strong focus on human rights. Including key case summaries, end-of-chapter questions, and further reading, the book deftly guides the reader through this fascinating and /5(7). Edited by Catherine Barnard and Steve Peers, European Union Law draws together a range of perspectives from experienced academics, teachers and practitioners to provide a comprehensive introduction to EU law. Each chapter has been written and updated by an expert in the field to provide students with access to a broad range of ideas while offering a solid foundation in the institutional and.
understanding of the immigration and asylum policy of the EU from a legal perspective. The programme is organised by the Odysseus Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe, which was founded in with the support of the European Commission and is coordinated by the Institute for European Studies of the Université libreFile Size: KB. Textbook on Immigration and Asylum Law 7/e Only 2 left in stock. This second edition of Gina Clayton's textbook provides undegraduates with a dynamic analysis of the law and system of control which govern immigration and asylum in the UK/5(16).
Fact Sheets on the European Union - 18/06/ 3 1 - ASYLUM POLICY -  The aim of the EU’s asylum policy is to offer appropriate status to any third country national requiring international protection in one of the Member States and ensure compliance with the principle of non-refoulement. To this end, the Union is striving toFile Size: KB. Focusing on access to territory and authorization of presence and residence for third-country nationals, this book examines the EU law on immigration and asylum, addressing related questions of .
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EU Asylum and Immigration Law examines in detail the EU legislation and case law on the issues of immigration, asylum, visas and border controls, discussing the impact and ongoing development of EU law in these complex and controversial by: EU Directives and Regulations, including the relevant case law of the European Court of Justice, have become ever more important – for those working in ministries, immigration authorities, national courts, academia, non-governmental organisations and also for those who are practising lawyers.
This book is an in-depth commentary on European immigration law. The EU has usurped essential parts of the national laws of immigration and asylum, and, hence, European Directives and Regulations have become more important for the immigration departments and administrative tribunals.5/5(1).
Steve Peers is a Professor of Law at the Law School of the University of Essex. He is a specialist in EU law, including EU immigration and asylum law, on which he has written : $ A full list of the measures with references to their legislative history is provided.
The authors of each commentary are experts in the field of EU immigration and asylum law, and the areas covered include visa and border controls, asylum, legal migration and integration, and irregular : Hardcover. Eu Immigration And Asylum Law: Text And Commentary. Since entry into force of the Treaty of Amsterdam on 1 Maythe EU has considered, and in many cases adopted, many proposals for legislation or measures implementing legislation in the area of immigration and asylum law.
This book contains Volume I of a text that examines in detail the EU legislation and case law on the issues of immigration, asylum, visas, and border controls, discussing the impact and ongoing development of EU law in these complex and controversial areas.
This updated edition particularly covers new EU legislation, case law, and operational developments since on: internal border checks Author: Steve Peers.
He is a specialist in EU law, including EU immigration and asylum law, on which he has written extensively. He was the co-editor (with Nicola Rogers) of the first edition of EU Immigration and Asylum Law and is also the author of three editions of EU Justice and Home Affairs Law.
He is a consultant for EU institutions and NGOs in this field. The book covers the three dimensions of immigration and asylum law in Europe today: community, national and comparative. The first part of the book covers the European rules developing in the field, including the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice and without neglecting the contribution of the European Court of Human Rights.
This course will focus on the various aspects of EU immigration and asylum law, in particular: institutional aspects; the development of a Common European Asylum System (CEAS); policies on legal migration, including admission of immigrants for labour migration; the rights of third-country nationals in the EU.
law of the European Court of Human Rights, the Court of Justice of the European Union as well as to relevant EU regulations and directives. The present handbook seeks to provide an overview of the various European standards relevant to asylum, borders and immigration.
The handbook is intended for lawyers, judges, prosecutors, border guards, immi-File Size: 2MB. This book examines key aspects of European Union (EU) law on immigration and asylum, where EU standards overlap with human rights protections and international refugee law.
It focuses on questions of migration status and security of residence, family migration, refugee protection, and immigration detention. The uniting theme is the interaction between established human rights norms, in. Buy EU Justice and Home Affairs Law: EU Immigration and Asylum Law 4/e: 1 (Oxford European Union Law Library) 4 by Peers, Steve (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. AILA's intensive, peer-reviewed publishing program includes single-authored publications and compilations covering key immigration law topics such as asylum law and practice, employment-based immigration, litigation—in both immigration court and federal court, family-based immigration, practice management, citizenship and naturalization, and much more.
Common European Asylum System. Asylum is granted to people fleeing persecution or serious harm in their own country and therefore in need of international protection.
Asylum is a fundamental right; granting it is an international obligation, first recognised in. Assuming that prima facie the decisions of Greece to block the mass influx of migrants into the country (and into the EU) and to suspend the right to request asylum for a month were inconsistent with EU refugee law, I explored whether these measures could be justified under the ‘necessity clauses’ of Arts.
72 and TFEU. 6 See the Commission doc. SEC() of 13 June ; and Hailbronner, Immigration and Asylum Law, p. 7 See Article K.1(1) EU Treaty as amended by the Treaty of Maastricht (OJ C /1).
8 On the Maastricht Treaty and the early practice, see Hailbronner, Immigration and Asylum Law,File Size: KB. This is the second edition of this reference work, which was first published in under the editorship of Kay Hailbronner.
Like its predecessor, the bulk of the text sets out to cover the primary aspects of the European Union (EU) secondary legislation which makes up the corpus of EU Immigration and Asylum Law, now enacted pursuant to the provisions contained in Title V, Chapter Author: John Barnes.
European Immigration and Asylum Law- A Commentary, Edited by Kay Hailbronner. As described by the publisher: The EU has usurped essential parts of the national laws of immigration and asylum.
Hence, European Directives and Regulations have become more important for the immigration departments and administrative tribunals. From German Courts alone, more than five referrals on.
It was in that the Member States of the European Union decided to lay the foundations for a European asylum policy. While legislative action has been important, the goals set 20 years ago have not all been achieved.
While the "refugee crisis" has given priority to the "policy of controlling migratory flows" to the detriment of the right of. Immigration & Asylum Law. Eighth Edition. Gina Clayton and Georgina Firth. The only textbook on immigration and asylum law written specifically for undergraduate students; Explores all the key areas covered on immigration and asylum law courses, giving students a thorough grounding in the subject.Acquis’ and formed the backbone of the EU immigration and asylum law, which will be discussed in this volume.
While the UK and Ireland remained outside the Schengen framework, most other Member States joined Schengen (see below MN 42). 2 Inthe Treaty of Maastricht established a framework for decision making on. The seventh edition of Textbook on Immigration and Asylum Law continues to provide students with expert coverage of case law and legislation, along with dynamic analysis of the political context and social impact of the law, and a strong focus on human rights.
Including key case summaries, chapter questions and further reading, the book deftly guides the reader through this fascinating and.