- Title Pages
- Detailed Contents
- Editors’ Introduction
- Notes on Contributors
- Table of Cases
- Table of Legislation
- 26 International Law
- 27 European Influences
- 28 Constitutional Law
- 29 Administrative Law
- 30 Human Rights
- 31 Non-discrimination and Equality
- 32 Criminal Law
- 33 Fair Trial: ‘One Golden Thread’
- 34 Torts
- 35 Libel, Privacy, and Freedom of Expression
- 36 Family Law
- 37 Land Law
- 38 Commercial Law
- 39 Intellectual Property
- 40 Tax Law
- APPENDIX 1 <sup>1</sup> Lords of Appeal in Ordinary from 1876
- APPENDIX 2 Who Succeeded Whom?
- APPENDIX 3 Lord Chancellors From 1876
- APPENDIX 4 Pen Portraits of the Lords of Appeal
- (p.483) 27 European Influences
- The Judicial House of Lords 1876–2009
- Oxford University Press
The laws of other European states were from time to time the subject of valuable comparative analysis by the House of Lords. However, the principal European influence on the work of the House of Lords came not so much from these comparative excursions as from the law of the supranational organisations successively known as the European Economic Community, European Community, and European Union. It is European law in that sense with which this chapter is concerned.
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