2011 judicial activism in the european court of justice 641 common interest even against the wishes of the national governments9 by consequence legal scholars tend to give center stage to the relationship. Judicial activism at the european court of justice will appeal to researchers and graduate students as well as to eu and national officials critical acclaim this well constructed and well written collection fills a gap in the scholarship. The european court of justice has historically been an important driver of integration in the eu by performing judicial activism cases in the cassis de dijon case the european court of justice ruled the german laws prohibiting sales of liquors with alcohol percentages between 15 and 25 conflicted with eu lawsthis ruling confirmed that eu law has primacy over member state law. Abstract this paper addresses the judicial activism of the european court of justice it highlights that the ecjs jurisprudence has been more concerned with system building and formal legal rules than with material aspects consequently qualifying the corresponding activism as a weak activism. Judicial activism at the european court of justice edited by mark dawson bruno de witte and elise muir detailed chapters from academics practitioners and stakeholders bring diverse perspectives on a range of factors from access rules to institutional design and to substantive functions influencing the european courts political role
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