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Croatian yearbook of European law & policy, Vol.10 No.10 December 2014. -

‘Europeanised international law’ has been the subject of

many recent academic and political discussions on how the EC and

the CJEU should implement and promote international law and what

should apply in the case of conflict between EU law and international

law. What has been somewhat missing from the debate is how legal

professionals in the EU judges, lawyers and government legal advisers,

and in particular the newcomers to the EU legal system, should

contend with these international developments which have a direct

bearing on their day-to-day work. Following a brief analysis of some

case studies, the article suggests some practical means for legal professionals

to cope with this great challenge and even to make the most

of it. The main argument is that by being aware of the unique and flexible

nature of ‘EU international law’, legal professionals are able not

only to optimise legal outcomes but they can also influence its formation

at this very early stage, opening up opportunities to exert regional

and global legal influence .



Autor: Itai Apter -

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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