Offering an alternative exploration of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and its work, this book aims to start a conversation between legal, political and gendered examinations of the Court of Justice and some of the substantive areas of law it is concerned with. In doing so, it provides a broader and more holistic view of the Court and its work which can add to our understanding of the institution, its role and its case law as well as the contribution it can and does make to shaping law and policy and EU and national level.
Jessica Guth is Reader in Law at Leeds Beckett University.
Sanna Elfving is Lecturer in Law at the University of Bradford.
Table of Contents
Chapter One- Introduction, Gendering the Court of Justice of the European Union
Chapter Two- The Theoretical Framework
Chapter Three- Who The Judges are Matters: The Composition of the Court
Chapter Four- How the Court Works and Why it Matters
Chapter Five- Gendering EU Gender Equality Case Law
Chapter Six- It's Not Just Gender That's Gendered: Equality Case law more broadly
Chapter Seven- European Union Citizenship - Free Movement for All?
Chapter Eight- Concluding Thoughts