‘These Luxembourg judges who lay down the law in Europe' from Liaisons Sociales Magazine (January 2001)

Article, published in January 2001 in the monthly magazine Liaisons Sociales Magazine, on the tasks performed by the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance. The Court of Justice is responsible for ensuring compliance with Community law, with particular regard to questions referred to it by national courts for a preliminary ruling, which account for 60 % of its cases. In this system of judicial cooperation, the Court of Justice is responsible for indicating the Community law which must be subsequently applied by national courts. In this way, the judges of the Court in Luxembourg contribute to the drawing up of Community law.

Quelle und Copyright

Quelle: Liaisons Sociales Magazine. dir. de publ. Bouchet, Dominique ; RRéd. Chef Boulay, Christophe. Janvier 2001, n° 18. Paris: Groupe Liaisons SA. ISSN En cours. "Ces juges de Luxembourg qui font la loi en Europe", auteur:Moreau, Isabelle , p. 32-35.

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