Chapter 5: The Court of Justice of the European Union as constitutional court
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This chapter provide a more detailed insight into the workings of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), with a particular focus on its reasoning. The seemingly political Court continues to face criticism of judicial activism and (over)constitutionalization. A discussion of the CJEU’s role leads into considerations of legal reasoning and methods of interpretation.

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