ISSUE 1
'Editors And Publishers', Issue 1, pp. 1–1
'Editorial Comments', Issue 1, pp. 3–22
'Tell me where you come from and I will tell you the price: Ambiguous expansion of prohibited geographical price discrimination in the EU', Janja Hojnik, Issue 1, pp. 23–60
'Storming the Bastille: Detention conditions, the right to liberty and the case for approximation in EU law', Leandro Mancano, Issue 1, pp. 61–90
'In The Name Of The Best Interests Of The Child:The Principle Of Mutual Trust In Child Abduction Cases', Silvia Bartolini, Issue 1, pp. 91–119
'Struggling with Article 101(3) TFEU: Diverging approaches of the Commission, EU Courts, and five Competition Authorities', Or Brook, Issue 1, pp. 121–156
'A. Court of Justice EU autonomy and investor-state dispute settlement under inter se agreements between EU Member States: Achmea', Cristina Contartese, Mads Andenas, Issue 1, pp. 157–191
'Religion, discrimination and the EU general principles’ gospel: Egenberger', Luísa Lourenço, Issue 1, pp. 193–208
'The ECJ and the art of treaty interpretation: Western Sahara Campaign UK', Eva Kassoti, Issue 1, pp. 209–236
'Trilogues and access to documents: De Capitani v. Parliament', Giacomo Rugge, Issue 1, pp. 237–258
'Price discrimination as an abuse of a dominant position under Article 102 TFEU: MEO', Cyril Ritter, Issue 1, pp. 259–274
'Book review: Soziale Grundrechte und europäische Finanzhilfe, by Anastasia Poulou. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017)', Frederik` Behre, Issue 1, pp. 275–277
'Book review: The Law and Politics of Brexit, edited by Federico Fabbrini. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)', Colin Murray, Issue 1, pp. 277–279
'Book review: The Court of Justice of the European Union. Multidisciplinary Perspectives, edited by Mattias Derlén and Johan Lindholm. (Swedish Studies in European Law. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Jasper` Krommendijk, Issue 1, pp. 279–282
'Book review: The Italian Parliament in the European Union., edited by Nicola Lupo and Giovanni Piccirilli. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Diane Fromage, Issue 1, pp. 282–283
'Book review: Family Reunification in the EU. The Movement and Residence Rights of Third Country National Family Members of EU Citizens, by Chiara Berneri. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Kathrin Hamenstädt, Issue 1, pp. 284–285
'Book review: Menschenrechtliche Grenzen des Rückführungsverfahrens in Europa, by Maren-Kathrin Diekmann. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2016)', Thomas Kleinlein Jena, Issue 1, pp. 285–287
'Book review: The Normative Foundations of European Competition Law, by Oles Andriychuk. (Cheltenham:Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017)', David Bailey, Issue 1, pp. 287–288
'Book review: Primary EU Law and Private Law Concepts, edited by Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz and Carla Sieburgh. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2017)', Georgios Anagnostaras, Issue 1, pp. 288–289
'Book review: Rome I Regulation, edited by Ulrich Magnus and Peter Mankowski. (Köln: Otto Schmidt, 2017)', Andrew Dickinson, Issue 1, pp. 290–291
'Book review: Chasing Criminal Money. Challenges and Perspectives on Asset Recovery in the EU, edited by Katalin Ligeti and Michele Simonato. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Tijs Kooijmans, Issue 1, pp. 291–293
'Book review: The Impact of the Mortgage Credit Directive in Europe. Contrasting Views from Member States, edited by Miriam Anderson and Esther Arroyo Amayuelas. (Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2018)', Jan Biemans, Issue 1, pp. 293–294
'Book review: The EU Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base: Critical Analysis, edited by Dennis Weber and Jan van de Streek. (Alphen aan den Rijn:Wolters Kluwer, 2017)', Christiana HJI Panayi, Issue 1, pp. 294–296
'Book review: Euratom at the Crossroads, by Anna Södersten. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018); The European Atomic Energy Community in the European Union Context: The ‘Outsider’ Within, by Ilina Cenevska. (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2016)', Athanase Popov, Issue 1, pp. 296–298
'Survey Of Literature', Issue 1, pp. 299–327

ISSUE 2
'Editorial Comments Think big? Think twice! EU competition law in the face of calls for European champions', Issue 2, pp. 329–338
'“Administrative Discretion”, “Power Of Appraisal”And “Margin Of Appraisal” In Judicial Review Proceedings Before The General Court', Miro Prek, Silvère Lefèvre, Issue 2, pp. 339–380
'Third State participation in EU agencies: Exploring the EEA precedent', Tarjei Bekkedal, Issue 2, pp. 381–416
'An analysis of the Consular Protection Directive: Are EU citizens now better protected in the world?', Madalina Moraru, Issue 2, pp. 417–462
'Individual rights and collective interests in EU law: Three approaches to a still volatile relationship', Catherine Warin, Issue 2, pp. 463–488
'A. Court of Justice Article 216(1) TFEU and the Union’s shared external competence in the light of mixity: Germany v. Council (COTIF)', Eleftheria Neframi, Issue 2, pp. 489–520
'From Union citizens to national subjects: Pisciotti', Stephen Coutts, Issue 2, pp. 521–540
'Saving a forest and the rule of law: Commission v. Poland', Pål Wennerås, Issue 2, pp. 541–558
'International jurisdiction in consumer contract cases under the Brussels I Regulation: Schrems', Jasmin Haslach, Issue 2, pp. 559–579
'Book review: Social Legitimacy in the Internal Market. A Dialogue of Mutual Responsiveness, by Jotte Mulder. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Floris de Witte, Issue 2, pp. 581–582
'Book review: Reclaiming Constitutionalism: Democracy, Power and the State, by Maria Tzanakopoulou. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Tomi Tuominen, Issue 2, pp. 582–585
'Book review: Institutional Constructivism in Social Sciences and Law – Frames of Mind, Patterns of Change, by Dora Kostakopoulou. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)', Tamas Ziegler, Issue 2, pp. 585–587
'Book review: The Transformation of Europe, edited by Miguel Poiares Maduro and Marlene Wind. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017)', Kaarlo Tuori, Issue 2, pp. 587–588
'Book review: Le Brexit. Enjeux régionaux, nationaux et internationaux., edited by Charles Bahurel, Elsa Bernard and Marion Ho-Dac. (Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2017)', Anastasia Iliopoulou-Penot, Issue 2, pp. 588–590
'Book review: Structural Principles in EU External Relations Law, edited by Marise Cremona. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Paula García Andrade, Issue 2, pp. 590–592
'Book review: Switzerland and the European Union. General Framework. Bilateral Agreements.Autonomous Adaptation, by Matthias Oesch. (Zurich/St.Gallen and Baden-Baden: Dike/Nomos, 2018)', Christa Tobler, Issue 2, pp. 592–595
'Book review: Europees financieel toezicht: Bevoegdheden in het Europees financieel toezicht, by Emanuel J. van Praag. (Den Haag: Boom, 2017)', Eddy Wymeersch, Issue 2, pp. 595–597
'Book review: The EU Better Regulation Agenda. A Critical Assessment, by Sacha Garben and Inge Govaere. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Morten Jarlbæk Pedersen, Issue 2, pp. 597–599
'Book review: The European Ombudsman and Good Administration in the European Union, by Nikos Vogiatzis. (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)', Alexandros Tsadiras, Issue 2, pp. 599–601
'Book review: Limits to EU Powers.A Case Study of EU Regulatory Criminal Law, by Jacob Öberg. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Luisa Marin, Enrico Basile, Issue 2, pp. 601–603
'Book review: Research Handbook on EU Sports Law and Policy, edited by Jack Anderson, Richard Parrish and Borja García. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018)', Geoff Pearson, Issue 2, pp. 603–604
'Book review: Smart Public Procurement and Labour Standards. Pushing the Discussion after RegioPost, by Albert Sánchez Graells. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Carina Risvig Hamer, Issue 2, pp. 605–606

ISSUE 3
'Editors And Publishers', Issue 3, pp. 607–608
'Common Market Law Review Prize For Young Academics 2019', Issue 3, pp. 609–610
'Editorial Comments: When The Music Finally Stops, Who’Ll Be Left Holding The Brexit Parcel?', Issue 3, pp. 611–622
'The social contract of democratic backsliding in the “new EU” countries', Dariusz Adamski, Issue 3, pp. 623–666
'The Independence Of The European Court Of Auditors', Nikos Vogiatzis, Issue 3, pp. 667–701
'Prohibition of abusive practices as a “general principle” of EU law', Dorota Leczykiewicz, Issue 3, pp. 703–742
'A. Court of Justice Judicial independence and the Rule of Law in the context of non-execution of a European Arrest Warrant: LM', Theodore Konstadinides, Issue 3, pp. 743–769
'Citizenship, integration, and the public policy exception: B and Vomero and K. and H.F.', Myriam Benlolo Carabot, Issue 3, pp. 771–801
'Ritual slaughter and religious freedom: Liga van Moskeeën', Erica Howard, Issue 3, pp. 803–824
'Is the Commission a “lawmaker”? On the right of initiative, institutional transparency and public participation in decision-making: ClientEarth', Daniel Wyatt, Issue 3, pp. 825–841
'Review Essay: The jurist as true teacher of law', Christian Joerges, Issue 3, pp. 843–864
'Book review: The Transformation or Reconstruction of Europe. The Critical Legal Studies Perspective on the Role of the Courts in the European Union, edited by Tamara Perišin and Siniša Rodin. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Laurent Pech, Issue 3, pp. 865–866
'Book review: A People’s Court?, by Jos Hoevenaars. (The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2018)', Susanna Lindroos-Hovinheimo, Issue 3, pp. 866–868
'Book review: EU Non-Discrimination Law in the Courts: Approaches to Sex and Sexualities Discrimination in EU Law, by Jule Mulder. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Sarah Trotter, Issue 3, pp. 868–870
'Book review: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen Einrichtung von Unionsagenturen, by Andreas Orator. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017)', Herwig C.H. Hofmann, Issue 3, pp. 871–873
'Book review: From the Democratic Deficit to a Democratic Surplus, by Athanasios Psygkas. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)', Roberto Caranta, Issue 3, pp. 873–875
'Book review: Formen der Drittbeteiligung bei Verwaltungsentscheidungen im Sekundärrechtder Europäischen Union, by Carina Behre. (Berlin: Dunker&Humblot, 2018)', Patrick Hilbert, Issue 3, pp. 875–876
'Book review: Die Durchsetzung von EU-Recht durch den Europäischen Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte, by Philipp Tamme. (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2018)', Tobias Lock, Issue 3, pp. 876–877
'Book review: Charte des droits fondamentaux del’Union européenne. Commentaire article par article, edited by Fabrice Picod and Sébastien van Drooghenbroeck. (Bruylant, 2018)', Erno″ Várnay, Márton Varju, Issue 3, pp. 878–880
'Book review: Accessing Asylum in Europe. Extraterritorial Border Controls and Refugee Rights under EU law, by Violeta Moreno-Lax. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)', Diego Acosta, Issue 3, pp. 880–882
'Book review: The Principle of Subsidiarity and its Enforcement in the EU Legal Order. The Role of National Parliaments in the Early Warning System, by Katarzyna Granat. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Andrew Woodhouse, Issue 3, pp. 882–884
'Book review: Umfassende Freihandelsabkommen und Grundgesetz. Verfassungsrechtliche Grundlagen der Zustimmung zu CETA, by Martin Nettesheim. (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2017)', Frederik Behre, Issue 3, pp. 884–887
'Book review: Balancing Student Mobility Rights and National Higher Education Autonomy in the European Union, by Alexander Hoogenboom. (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2017)', Oxana Golynker, Issue 3, pp. 887–888
'Book review: The European Union and Social Security Law, by Jaan Paju. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Frans Pennings, Issue 3, pp. 889–891
'Book review: EU Tax Law and Policy in the 21st Century, edited by Werner Haslehner, Georg Koffer and Alexander Rust. (Alphen aan den Rijn:Wolters Kluwer, 2017)', Luca Cerioni, Issue 3, pp. 891–893
'Book review: Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond, edited by Sanja Bogojevic´ and Rosemary Rayfuse. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Ludwig Krämer, Issue 3, pp. 893–896
'Book review: EU Regulation of E-Commerce.A Commentary, edited by Arno R. Lodder and Andrew D. Murray. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017)', Vojtĕch Kment, Issue 3, pp. 896–897

ISSUE 4
'Editorial Comments: The Court of Justice in the Archives', Issue 4, pp. 899–904
'Between State aid and the fundamental freedoms: The arm’s length principle and EU law', Svitlana Buriak, Ivan Lazarov, Issue 4, pp. 905–948
'Environmental Protection Through The Prism Of Enlargement:Time For Reflection', Sanja Bogojević, Mirjana Drenovak-Ivanovic, Issue 4, pp. 949–977
'The Evidential Effect Of Commitment Decisions In Damage Claims.What Is Theassumptivevalue Ofa Pledge?', Eugenio Olmedo-Peralta, Issue 4, pp. 979–1004
'A. Court of Justice Quantitative Easing at the Court of Justice – Doing whatever it takes to save the euro:Weiss and Others', Mark Dawson, Ana Bobić, Issue 4, pp. 1005–1040
'The detention of asylum seekers pending transfer under the Dublin III Regulation: Al Chodor', Niovi Vavoula, Issue 4, pp. 1041–1067
'The European Citizens’ Initiative and Greek debt relief: Anagnostakis', Anastasia Karatzia, Issue 4, pp. 1069–1092
'Differential Tax Burdens Of Undertakings And Internal Market Law: The Way Forward After ANGED', Marek Szydło, Issue 4, pp. 1093–1118
'Independence Day for the Services Directive: Visser', Jukka Snell, Issue 4, pp. 1119–1135
'Book review: The European Court of Justice and the Policy Process, by Susanne K. Schmidt. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)', Maartje De Visser, Issue 4, pp. 1137–1139
'Book review: Liability of Member States for the Violation of Fundamental Values of the European Union, edited by Armin Hatje and Luboš Tichý. (Europarecht Beiheft 1. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2018)', Piotr Bogdanowicz, Issue 4, pp. 1139–1141
'Book review: Reconsidering EU Citizenship. Contradictions and Constraints, edited by Sandra Seubert, Oliver Eberl and Frans van Waarden. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018)', Ulla Neergaard, Issue 4, pp. 1141–1143
'Book review: The UK Constitution after Miller: Brexit and Beyond, edited by Mark Elliot, Jack Williams and Alison L. Young. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Eleni Frantziou, Issue 4, pp. 1143–1145
'Book review: Protecting the Rights of Refugees Beyond European Borders, by Lisa Heschl. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2018)', Christel Querton, Issue 4, pp. 1145–1147
'Book review: Illegally Staying in the EU. An Analysis of Illegality in EU Migration Law, by Benedita Menezes Queiroz. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Tobias Klarmann, Issue 4, pp. 1147–1149
'Book review: EU Anti-Discrimination Law Beyond Gender, edited by Uladzislau Belavusau and Kristin Henrard. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Johanna Croon-Gestefeld, Issue 4, pp. 1149–1150
'Book review: The Fragmented Landscape of Fundamental Rights Protection in Europe: The Role of Judicial and Non-Judicial Actors, edited by Lorenza Violini and Antonia Baraggia. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018)', Cecilia Rizcallah, Issue 4, pp. 1150–1153
'Book review: Public Access to Documents in the EU, edited by Leonor Rossi and Patricia Vinagre e Silva. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Vigjilenca Abazi, Issue 4, pp. 1153–1154
'Book review: Intermediary Liability and Freedom of Expression in the EU: From Concepts to Safeguards, edited by Aleksandra Kuczerawy. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2018)', Wouter Hins, Issue 4, pp. 1154–1155
'Book review: Shaping EU Public Procurement Law: A Critical Analysis of the CJEU Case Law 2015–2017, edited by Albert Sanchez-Graells and Constant de Koninck. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Wolters Kluwer, 2018)', Marta Andhov, Issue 4, pp. 1155–1157
'Book review: European Contract Law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, edited by Hugh Collins. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2017)', Verica Trstenjak, Issue 4, pp. 1157–1159
'Book review: Cross-Border Litigation in Europe, edited by Paul Beaumont, Mihail Danov, Katarina Trimmings, Burcu Yüksel. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017)', Elena Alina Ont¸anu, Issue 4, pp. 1159–1162
'Book review: EU Law after the Financial Crisis, edited by Jessica Schmidt, Carlos Esplugues Mota and Rafael Arenas. (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2016)', Lorenzo F. Pace, Issue 4, pp. 1162–1164
'Survey Of Literature', Issue 4, pp. 1165–1188

ISSUE 5
'Editorial Comments: Is the “indivisibility” of the four freedoms a principle of EU law?', Issue 5, pp. 1189–1200
'Rights and principles in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights', Tobias Lock, Issue 5, pp. 1201–1226
'EU liability for contributions to Member States’ breaches of EU law', Melanie Fink, Issue 5, pp. 1227–1264
'Strict competition enforcement and welfare: A constitutional perspective based on Article 101 TFEU and sustainability', Edith Loozen, Issue 5, pp. 1265–1302
'A. Court Of Justice Wightman, Brexit, And The Sovereign Right To Remain', Armin Cuyvers, Issue 5, pp. 1303–1332
'Legal basis litigation in relation to international agreements: Commission v. Council (Enhanced Partnership and Cooperation Agreement with Kazakhstan)', Peter Van Elsuwege, Guillaume Van der Loo, Issue 5, pp. 1333–1354
'Judicial review of composite administrative procedures in the Single Supervisory Mechanism: Berlusconi', Filipe Brito Bastos, Issue 5, pp. 1355–1378
'How To Manage The Union’S Diversity: The Regulation Of New Plant Breeding Technologies In Confédération Paysanne And Others', Kai Purnhagen, Issue 5, pp. 1379–1396
'Review Essay: An Exercise in “Intellectual Federalism” on the Finalité of European Integration', Xavier Groussot, Issue 5, pp. 1397–1416
'Book review: What’s Left of the Law of Integration? Decay and Resistance in European Union Law., by Julio Baquero Cruz. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)', Matej Avbelj, Issue 5, pp. 1417–1418
'Book review: Specialized Administrative Law of the European Union: A Sectorial Analysis, edited by Herwig C.H. Hofmann, Gerard C. Rowe and Alexander Türk.(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)', Marta Simoncini, Issue 5, pp. 1418–1421
'Book review: The Effectiveness and Application of EU and EEA Law in National Courts. Principles of Consistent Interpretation, edited by Christian N.K. Franklin.(Intersentia Studies on Courts and Judges. Cambridge: Intersentia, 2018)', Zsófia Varga, Issue 5, pp. 1421–1424
'Book review: European Legal Methodology, by Karl Riesenhuber. (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2017)', Jan Kalbheim, Issue 5, pp. 1424–1426
'Book review: The EU Social Market Economy and the Law:Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Challenges for the EU, edited by Delia Ferri and Fulvio Cortese.(Abingdon: Routledge, 2019)', Suryapratim Roy, Issue 5, pp. 1427–1430
'Book review: Irregular Migration as a Challenge for Democracy, edited by Elzbieta Kuzelewska, Amy Weatherburn and Dariusz Kloza.(Cambridge: Intersentia, 2018)', Francesco Maiani, Issue 5, pp. 1430–1431
'Book review: The Age of ESMA. Governing EU Financial Markets, by Niamh Moloney.(Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Marco Lamandini, Issue 5, pp. 1431–1433
'Book review: Cooperation Mechanisms within the Administrative Framework of European Financial Supervision, by Ann-Katrin Wolff.(Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2019)', Ebbe Rogge, Issue 5, pp. 1433–1435
'Book review: The Shaping of EU Competition Law, by Pablo Ibáñez Colomo.(Cambridge University Press, 2018)', Justin Lindeboom, Issue 5, pp. 1435–1437
'Book review: Das unionale Dokumentenzugangsrecht und sein Verhältnis zum Wettbewerbsrecht, by Milena Wolff.(Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2018)', Stefan Thomas, Issue 5, pp. 1437–1439
'Book review: Uniform Rules for European Contract Law?A Critical Assessment, by Francisco de Elizalde.(Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2018)', Pietro Sirena, Issue 5, pp. 1439–1441
'Book review: EU Public Procurement Law, edited by Michael Steinicke and Peter L. Vesterdorf.(Munich/Oxford/Baden-Baden: C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos, 2018)', Dacian C. Dragos, Issue 5, pp. 1441–1442
'Book review: National Legal Presumptions and European Tax Law, by Claudia Sanò. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Wolters Kluwer, 2017)', Filip Debelva, Issue 5, pp. 1443–1444
'Book review: Double (Non-) Taxation and EU Law, by Christoph Marchgraber. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Wolters Kluwer, 2017)', Hannelore Niesten, Issue 5, pp. 1444–1445

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