Histoire contemporaine du Luxembourg

Juges et avocats généraux de la Cour de Justice de l’Union européenne (1952 – 1972). Une approche biographique de l’histoire d’une révolution juridique

Drawing on archives gathered in the six founding member states of the European Union, this book offers a new perspective on the "constitutionalization" of the European treaties, which was launched in the 1960s by the Court of Justice of the EU. By highlighting the professional and personal backgrounds of the first European judges and advocates general, its author studies the dynamics which prevailed within the institution during its "revolutionary" years and analyzes the Court’s relationship with the Member States of the European Communities. Through a detailed study of the selection process of the members of the Court, it also provides new answers to the question of whether governments tried to put an end to its bold jurisprudence.

http://hdl.handle.net/10993/37058