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245 00 Fundamental rights in the EU area of freedom, security, 
       and justice /|cedited by Sara Iglesias, Court of Justice 
       of the European Union; Maribel Pascual, University Pompeu 
       Fabra of Barcelona 
246 3  Fundamental rights in the European Union area of freedom, 
       security, and justice 
263    2105 
264  1 Cambridge, United Kingdom ;|aNew York, NY :|bCambridge 
       University Press,|c2020 
264  4 |c©2019 
300    pages cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Fundamental rights at the core of the EU AFSJ. An 
       Introduction / Sara Iglesias and Maribel González -- The 
       scope of EU Fundamental Rights in the area of freedom, 
       security and justice / Sara Iglesias Sánchez -- A European
       standard of fundamental rights' protection? / Maribel 
       González Pascual -- The protection of fundamental rights 
       within the AFSJ : through or against mutual trust and 
       mutual recognition? / François-Xavier Millet -- Mutual 
       (dis-)trust in EU migration and asylum law : the 
       exceptionalisation of fundamental rights / Violeta Moreno-
       Lax -- The right to liberty in the field of migration, 
       asylum and borders / Justine N. Stefanelli, Elspeth Guild 
       -- Family life and the best interests of the child in the 
       field of migration / Ciara Smyth -- A decade of EU 
       fundamental right to asylum : in search for its legal 
       meaning and effects / Madalina Moraru -- Effective 
       remedies and Defence rights in the field of asylum, 
       migration, and borders / Nathan Cambien -- Mutual 
       recognition in civil and commercial matters. On certified 
       mutual trust / Magdalena Ličková and Cristian Oro Martínez
       -- The rights of the child and the right to respect for 
       family life in the revised Brussels IIbis regulation / 
       Vesna Lazić -- Effective remedies and fair trial in civil 
       matters : how to enhance civil justice within the confines
       of EU powers / Dominik Düsterhaus -- Procedural rights 
       (and obligations) of parties to civil proceedings / 
       Agnieszka Frąckowiak-Adamska -- Mutual recognition and 
       fundamental rights in EU criminal law / Valsamis 
       Mitsilegas -- The right to liberty and security in EU 
       criminal law / Leandro Mancano -- Defence rights and 
       effective remedies in EU criminal law / Coral Arangüena --
       Victims of crime in the area of liberty, security, and 
       justice / Luca Lupària, Jacopo della Torre -- The 
       principle of legality within the area of freedom, security,
       and justice / Christina Peristeridou -- The interpretation
       and application of the Ne Bis in Idem Principle in the 
       area of freedom, security, and justice of the EU / Bas van
       Bockel -- Private life and data protection within the area
       of freedom, security, and justice / Evelien Brouwer -- 
       Citizenship and non-discrimination rights in the area of 
       freedom, security, and justice / Annette Schrauwen -- 
       Vulnerability and fundamental rights in the area of 
       freedom, security, and justice / Francesca Ippolito -- 
       Epilogue : of judges and trust / Michal Bobek 
520    "The normative consolidation of the Area of Freedom, 
       Security and Justice (AFSJ) and the entry into force of 
       the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU (the Charter) 
       has transformed the Union as we know it. It is common 
       knowledge that the AFSJ has undergone impressive normative
       and jurisprudential developments in recent times. A 
       plethora of new instruments has been adopted in the years 
       following the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon, 
       joining the already vast body of pre-Lisbon secondary law 
       in the different fields covered by the AFSJ: civil and 
       criminal judicial cooperation as well as matters related 
       to borders, migration and asylum. By now, national 
       authorities and courts have become or at least are 
       becoming well acquainted with the AFSJ acquis, which is 
       shown by the impressive increase of preliminary references
       made by national courts. It is today beyond any doubt that
       the AFSJ has become one of the most prolific areas of 
       litigation before the Court of Justice of the European 
       Union (CJEU)"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Civil rights|zEuropean Union countries 
650  0 Asylum, Right of|zEuropean Union countries 
650  0 Emigration and immigration law|zEuropean Union countries 
650  0 Double jeopardy|zEuropean Union countries 
650  0 Due process of law|zEuropean Union countries 
650  0 Justice, Administration of|zEuropean Union countries 
700 1  Iglesias, Sara|c(Editor on civil rights in EU),|eeditor 
700 1  González Pascual, Maribel,|eeditor 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tFundamental rights in the eu area of 
       freedom, security and justice|dCambridge, United Kingdom ;
       New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2020
       |z9781108769006|w(DLC) 2020027994