'Editorial comments: Polar exploration: Brexit and the emerging frontiers of EU law', Issue 1, pp. 1–16
'From cooperation to collision: The ECJ’s Ajos ruling and the Danish Supreme Court’s refusal to comply', Rass Holdgaard, Daniella Elkan, Gustav Krohn Schaldemose, Issue 1, pp. 17–53
'Sentient beings and tradable products: The curious constitutional status of animals under Union law', Katy Sowery, Issue 1, pp. 55–99
'Derivative illegality in European composite administrative procedures', Filipe Brito Bastos, Issue 1, pp. 101–134
'Brexit means Br(EEA)xit: The UK withdrawal from the EU and its implications for the EEA', Christophe Hillion, Issue 1, pp. 135–156
'EU external competences in the field of migration: How to act externally when thinking internally', Paula García Andrade, Issue 1, pp. 157–200
'A. Court of Justice The unfairness of choice-of-law clauses, or: The (unclear) relationship betweenArticle 6 Rome I Regulation and the UnfairTerms in Consumer Contracts Directive: VKI v. Amazon', Giesela Rühl, Issue 1, pp. 201–224
'Derivative residence rights for parents of Union citizen children under Article 20 TFEU: Chavez-Vilchez', Fulvia Staiano, Issue 1, pp. 225–241
'Free movement of capital between EU Member States and third countries and the Euro-Mediterranean Agreements: SECIL', Martha O’Brien, Issue 1, pp. 243–263
'Pie in the sky when you die? Civil liability of notified bodies under the Medical Devices Directive: Schmitt', Anna Wallerman, Issue 1, pp. 265–278
'Public security and admission to the EU of foreign students:', Katharina Eisele, Issue 1, pp. 279–294
'Book Review: The End of the Eurocrats’ Dream. Adjusting to European Diversity, edited by Damian Chalmers, Markus Jachtenfuchs and Christian Joerges. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)', Robert Zbíral, Issue 1, pp. 295–297
'Book Review: Beyond the Crisis. The Governance of Europe’s Economic, Political and Legal Transformation, edited by Mark Dawson, Henrik Enderlein and Christian Joerges. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015)', Christoph Herrmann, Issue 1, pp. 297–298
'Book Review: The Human Face of the European Union. Are EU Law and Policy Humane Enough?, edited by Nuno Ferreira and Dora Kostakopoulou. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)', Anastasia Iliopoulou-Penot, Issue 1, pp. 299–300
'Book Review: The Pluralist Character of the European Economic Constitution, by Clemens Kaupa. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2016)', Giovanni Zaccaroni, Issue 1, pp. 300–302
'Book Review: Parliaments and the European Court of Human Rights, by Alice Donald and Philip Leach. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016)', Davor Jancic, Issue 1, pp. 302–304
'Book Review: The Foundations of EU Data Protection Law by Orla Lynskey. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015)', Merlin Gömann, Issue 1, pp. 304–306
'Book Review: Reverse Discrimination in the European Union: A Recurring Balancing Act, by Valérie Verbist, (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2017)', Alina Tryfonidou, Issue 1, pp. 306–309
'Book Review: Governance and Security Issues of the European Union. Challenges Ahead, by Jaap de Zwaan, Martijn Lak, Abiola Makinwa and Piet Willems. (Vienna: Springer, 2016)', Paul James Cardwell, Issue 1, pp. 309–310
'Book Review: Les catégories juridiques du droit de l’Union européenne, edited by Brunessen Bertrand. (Brussels: Bruylant, 2016)', Roberto Caranta, Issue 1, pp. 310–312
'Book Review: Food Security, Food Safety, Food Quality. Current Developments and Challenges in European Union Law, edited by Ines Hätel and Roman Budzinowski. (Baden-Baden/Oxford: Nomos/Hart Publishing, 2016)', Mary Dobbs, Issue 1, pp. 312–315
'Book Review: Punitive Damages in Private International Law. Lessons for the European Union, by Cedric Vanleenhove. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2016)', Monique Hazelhorst, Issue 1, pp. 315–317
'Book Review: European Product Liability, edited by Piotr Machnikowski (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2016)', Mateja Durovic, Issue 1, pp. 317–319
'Book Review: Consumer Sales in Europe, edited by Giovanni De Cristofaro and Alberto De Franceschi. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2016)', Anaïs Michel, Bert Keirsbilck, Issue 1, pp. 319–320
'Book Review: EU Criminal Justice and the Challenges of Diversity. Legal Cultures in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, edited by Renaud Colson and Stewart Field. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)', Stephen Coutts, Issue 1, pp. 320–323
'Book Review: European Insolvency Law, by Gerard McCormack, Andrew Keay and Sarah Brown. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017)', Federico M. Mucciarelli, Issue 1, pp. 323–324
'Book Review: Transatlantic Defence Procurement. EU and US Defence Procurement in the Transatlantic Defence Market, by Luke R.A. Butler. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017)', Dacian C. Dragos, Issue 1, pp. 324–327
'Publications Received, 2017', Issue 1, pp. 329–336
'Survey of Literature', Issue 1, pp. 337–369

'Editorial comments: Playing by the rules – Free and fair trade', Issue 2, pp. 373–386
'Opening up the horizon: The ECJ’s new take on country sanctions', Charlotte Beaucillon, Issue 2, pp. 387–415
'The enforcement of Article 101 TFEU: What has happened to the effects analysis?', Anne C. Witt, Issue 2, pp. 417–448
'Re-embedding the transnational employment relationship: A tale about the limitations of (EU) law?', Aukje A. H. Van Hoek, Issue 2, pp. 449–487
'Mutual trust and rights in EU criminal and asylum law: Three phases of evolution and the uncharted territory beyond blind trust', Ermioni Xanthopoulou, Issue 2, pp. 489–509
'The gatekeepers of Article 267 TFEU: On jurisdiction and admissibility of references for preliminary rulings', Nils Wahl, Luca Prete, Issue 2, pp. 511–547
'A. Court of Justice Judicial maintenance of the sputtering Dublin system on asylum jurisdiction: Jafari, A.S., Mengesteab and Shiri', Daniel Thym, Issue 2, pp. 549–568
'In defence of Front Polisario: The ECJ as a global jus cogens maker', Enzo Cannizzaro, Issue 2, pp. 569–587
'Safe harbour or open sea for corporate headscarf bans? Achbita and Bougnaoui', Elke Cloots, Issue 2, pp. 589–624
'Race discrimination in EU law after Jyske Finans', Shreya Atrey, Issue 2, pp. 625–641
'Bailouts, the legal status of Memoranda of Understanding, and the scope of application of the EU Charter: Florescu', Menelaos Markakis, Paul Dermine, Issue 2, pp. 643–671
'Book Review: Über Reden und Überdenken. Der Kampf um die Rechtsprechungsänderung durch den Europäischen Gerichtshof als Kristallisationspunkt des europäischen juristischen Diskurses, by Jan Kalbheim. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016)', Marc Jacob, Issue 2, pp. 673–676
'Book Review: Perils of Judicial Self-Government in Transitional Societies, by David Kosar. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)', Anna Wallerman, Issue 2, pp. 676–678
'Book Review: Komplementäre Integration. Grundlegung und Konstitutionalisierung des Europarechts im Kontext. Jus Internationale et Europaeum 101, by Hauke Delfs. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015)', Christiaan Timmermans, Issue 2, pp. 678–681
'Book Review: Anwendungsvorrang und nationale Verfassungsgerichte, by Alina Berger. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016)', Oliver Dörr, Issue 2, pp. 681–683
'Book Review: The Enforcement of EU Law and Values: Ensuring Member States’ Compliance, edited by András Jakab and DimitryKochenov. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)', Michal Ovádek, Issue 2, pp. 683–685
'Book Review: The Court of Justice of the European Union and the Politics of Law, by Sabine Saurugger and Fabien Terpan. (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)', Allan F. Tatham, Issue 2, pp. 685–687
'Book Review: Research Handbook on EU Administrative Law, edited by Carol Harlow, Paivi Leino and Giacinto della Cananea. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017)', Daniel Thym, Issue 2, pp. 687–689
'Book Review: Research Handbook on the Law of the EU’s Internal Market, edited by Panos Koutrakos and Jukka Snell. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017)', Peter Oliver, Issue 2, pp. 689–691
'Book Review: Research Handbook on EU Health Law and Policy, edited by Tamara K. Hervey, Calum Alasdair Young and Louise E. Bishop. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017)', Anne Pieter van der Mei, Issue 2, pp. 691–692
'Book Review: EU Agencies. Legal and Political Limits to the Transformation of the EU Administration, by Merijn Chamon. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016)', Sara Pernuš, Issue 2, pp. 692–694
'Book Review: Exceptions from EU Free Movement Law. Derogation, Justification and Proportionality, edited by Panos Koutrakos, Niamh Nic Shuibhne and Phil Syrpis. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2016)', Marja-Liisa Öberg, Issue 2, pp. 694–695
'Book Review: Free Movement of Civil Judgments in the European Union and the Right to a Fair Trial, by Monique Hazelhorst. (Vienna/The Hague: Springer/ T.M.C. Asser Press, 2017)', Abubakri Yekini, Issue 2, pp. 696–698
'Book Review: The Principle of Legality in European Criminal Law, by Christina Peristeridou. (Antwerp: Intersentia 2015)', Irene Wieczorek, Issue 2, pp. 698–700
'Book Review: Ne Bis in Indem in EU Law, edited by Bas van Bockel. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)', Annekatrien Lenaerts, Issue 2, pp. 700–702
'Book Review: The Images of the Consumer in EU Law. Legislation, Free Movement and Competition Law, edited by Dorota Leczykiewicz and Stephen Weatherill. (Oxford: Hart Publishers, 2016)', Katalin Cseres, Issue 2, pp. 703–705
'Book Review: Reformation or Deformation of the EU Public Procurement Rules, edited by Grith Skovgaard Ølykke and Albert Sanchez-Graells. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016)', Christopher H. Bovis, Issue 2, pp. 705–707

'Foreword', Stefaan Van den Bogaert, Issue 2/3, pp. 1–2
'Brexit as the European Union’s “Machiavellian moment”', Luuk Van Middelaar, Issue 2/3, pp. 3–28
'Withdrawal under Article 50 TEU: An integration-friendly process', Christophe Hillion, Issue 2/3, pp. 29–56
'An airbag for the crash test dummies? EU-UK negotiations for a post-withdrawal “status quo” transitional regime under Article 50 TEU', Michael Dougan, Issue 2/3, pp. 57–99
'Consequences of Brexit for international agreements concluded by the EU and its Member States', Ramses A. Wessel, Issue 2/3, pp. 101–131
'“No deal is better than a bad deal”? The fallacy of the WTO fall-back option as a post-Brexit safety net', Freya Baetens, Issue 2/3, pp. 133–174
'Brexit and financial services: (Yet) another re-ordering of institutional governance for the EU financial system?', Niamh Moloney, Issue 2/3, pp. 175–201
'Free movement vs. fair movement: Brexit and managed migration', Catherine Barnard, Sarah Fraser Butlin, Issue 2/3, pp. 203–226
'An undivided Union? Differentiated integration in post-Brexit times', Bruno De Witte, Issue 2/3, pp. 227–249
'“In Europe history is the unseen guest at every table”', David Edward, Issue 2/3, pp. 251–261

'Editorial comments: Tinkering with EMU', Issue 3, pp. 709–718
'Lost on the digital platform: Europe’s legal travails with the Digital Single Market', Dariusz Adamski, Issue 3, pp. 719–751
'Closed evidence in EU courts: Security, secrets and access to justice', Vigjilenca Abazi, Christina Eckes, Issue 3, pp. 753–782
'Enforcing EU equality law through collective redress: Lagging behind?', Sara Benedi Lahuerta, Issue 3, pp. 783–817
'Personal and family tax benefits in the EU Internal Market: From Schumacker to fractional tax treatment', Hannelore Niesten, Issue 3, pp. 819–856
'A. Court of Justice International agreements, data protection, and EU fundamental rights on the international stage: Opinion 1/15, EU-Canada PNR', Christopher Kuner, Issue 3, pp. 857–882
'Redefining the boundaries of the Common Commercial Policy and the ERTA doctrine: Opinion 3/15, Marrakesh Treaty', Gesa Kübek, Issue 3, pp. 883–899
'Any news from Luxembourg? On student aid, frontier workers and stepchildren: Bragança Linares Verruga and Depesme', Catherine Jacqueson, Issue 3, pp. 901–922
'B. National Courts Ultra vires review of the ECB’s policy of quantitative easing: An analysis of the German Constitutional Court’s preliminary reference order in the PSPP case.', Andrej Lang, Issue 3, pp. 923–951
'Book Review: Reinforcing Rule of Law Oversight in the European Union, edited by Carlos Closa and Dimitry Kochenov. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)', Tomasz Tadeusz Koncewicz, Issue 3, pp. 953–956
'Book Review: Europe’s Justice Deficit?, edited by Dimitry Kochenov, Gráinne de Búrca, Andrew Williams. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015)', Eva Julia Lohse, Issue 3, pp. 956–957
'Book Review: Between Flexibility and Disintegration. The Trajectory of Differentiation in EU Law, edited by Bruno De Witte, Andrea Ott and Ellen Vos. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017)', Emanuela Pistoia, Issue 3, pp. 958–960
'Book Review: General Principles of Law. European and Comparative Perspectives. edited by Stefan Vogenauer and Stephen Weatherill. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Joakim Nergelius, Issue 3, pp. 960–962
'Book Review: Mehrsprachigkeit und Methode. Der Umgang mit dem sprachlichen Egalitätsprinzip im Unionsrecht, by Friederike Zedler. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2015)', Mattias Derlén, Issue 3, pp. 962–964
'Book Review: Regulating Risks in the European Union. The Co-production of Expert and Executive Power, edited by Maria Weimer and Anniek de Ruijter. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Marco Rizzi, Issue 3, pp. 964–966
'Book Review: The International Legal Context of the European Neighbourhood Policy after the Treaty of Lisbon, by Eliza Sardaryan. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2017)', Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués, Issue 3, pp. 967–968
'Book Review: Regulatory Autonomy and International Trade in Services. The EU Under GATS and RTAs, by Bregt Natens. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016)', Carlo Maria Cantore, Issue 3, pp. 969–970
'Book Review: EU Liability and International Economic Law, by Armin Steinbach. (Oxford: Hart, 2017)', Roberto Caranta, Issue 3, pp. 970–972
'Book Review: Investment Protection in the European Union, by Nico Basener. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2017)', Carlos J. Moreiro González, Issue 3, pp. 972–973
'Book Review: La Politica de la Union Europea en materia de derecho de las inversiones internacionales – EU Policy on International Investment Law, edited by Katia Fach Gómez. (Barcelona: Bosch Editor, 2017)', María José Luque Macías, Issue 3, pp. 973–975
'Book Review: The More Economic Approach under Article 102 TFEU, by Marta Zalewska-Glogowska. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2017)', Marco Botta, Issue 3, pp. 975–977
'Book Review: Security Rights and the European Insolvency Regulation, edited by Gerard McCormack and Reinhard Bork. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2017)', Bob Wessels, Issue 3, pp. 977–978
'Book Review: Criticism of the European Court of Human Rights, edited by Patricia Popelier, Sarah Lambrecht and Koen Lemmens. (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2016)', Kristel van Kruisbergen, Issue 3, pp. 979–981

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