Anwendungsvorrang und nationale Verfassungsgerichte 978-3-16-154328-9 - Mohr Siebeck
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Alina Berger

Anwendungsvorrang und nationale Verfassungsgerichte

Ein Vergleich der verfassungsgerichtlichen Rechtsprechung in Deutschland, Frankreich und Spanien im Hinblick auf die Effektivität des unionsrechtlichen Anwendungsvorrangs

[Primacy of Application and National Constitutional Courts. Comparing EU Precedence Effectiveness and Constitutional Court Rulings in Germany, France and Spain.]

2016. XXV, 409 pages.

Jus Internationale et Europaeum 113

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European Union law takes precedence over national law regardless of its priority. But does this correspond to the constitutional reality of member states? Alina Berger analyses this by looking at German, French and Spanish rulings and taking into account whether the courts' attitudes support or obstruct integration.
European Union law takes precedence over national law regardless of its priority, and is something that the European Court of Justice decided back in 1964. But does this correspond to the constitutional reality of member states? Alina Berger analyses this by looking at German, French and Spanish rulings and taking into account whether the courts' attitudes support or obstruct integration. To this end, the author first of all determines the meaning and scope of European law primacy before addressing the question of how far the constitutional courts provide for it and how far they are constitutionally enabled (or hindered) to do so. Her concluding comparison identifies persisting deficiencies and possible solutions.
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Alina Berger Geboren 1987; Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Umwelt- und Technikrecht, anschließend am Lehrstuhl für Öffentliches Recht, insbesondere Völker- und Europarecht der Universität Trier; 2015 Promotion; derzeit Rechtsreferendarin am Hanseatischen Oberlandesgericht Hamburg und Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl für Völker- und Europarecht an der Universität Hamburg.

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In: Common Market Law Review — 2018, 681–683 (Oliver Dörr)