1. The Convention on the Future of Europe: the Issues and Prospects Peter Oliver 2. European Union Law and National Constitutions Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochere and Ingolf Pernice 3. The Allocation of Competences Between the European Union and its Member States Udo Di Fabio 4. Rethinking the Methods of Dividing and Controlling the Competencies of the Union Ingolf Pernice 5. European Constitutional Theory and the Post-Nice Process Daniel Thym Part II-The Treaty of Nice 6. Assessment of the Treaty of Nice-Goals of Institutional Reform John A Usher 7. Enhancing Cooperation After Nice: Will the Treaty Do the Trick? Jo Shaw 8. The Treaty of Nice and the Treaty Structure: Repainting the Pillars? Steve Peers 9. The Treaty of Nice and Social Policy: The Amendments to Article 137 EC Haris Kountouros 10. Towards New Objectives for the Common Agricultural Policy Joseph A McMahon Part III-The European Courts 11. The European Courts after Nice Piet Eeckhout 12. Effective Judicial Protection of Individuals in the European Union, Now and in the Future Francis G Jacobs 13. The Past and Future of the Preliminary Rulings Procedure Anthony Arnull 14. A European Certiorari Revisited Liz Heffernan Part IV-The Human Rights Charter 15. A Charter of Rights, Freedoms and Principles Lord Goldsmith 16. The EU Charter of Rights: A Poor Attempt to Strengthen Democracy and Citizenship? Sionaidh Douglas Scott 17. A German View of the Charter: The Effect on the Bundesverfassungsgericht Jurgen Schwarze
Mads Andenas is Professor of Law at the University of Leicester. John Usher is Professor of European Law and Head of the School of Law at University of Exeter.
...a book suitable for both experts in European law and other readers wanting to learn more about the European institutional system and recent and future changes to it. Nathalie Vandystadt Bulletin Quotidien Europe May 2004