EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice

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EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. / Harding, Christopher.

The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law. ed. / Anthony Arnull; Damian Chalmers. 1. ed. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015. p. 837-866 Chapter 32 (Oxford Handbooks in Law).

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Harding, C 2015, EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. in A Arnull & D Chalmers (eds), The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law. 1 edn, Chapter 32, Oxford Handbooks in Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 837-866.

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Harding, C. (2015). EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. In A. Arnull, & D. Chalmers (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law (1 ed., pp. 837-866). [Chapter 32] (Oxford Handbooks in Law). Oxford University Press.

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Harding C. EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. In Arnull A, Chalmers D, editors, The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law. 1 ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015. p. 837-866. Chapter 32. (Oxford Handbooks in Law).

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Harding, Christopher. / EU Criminal Law under the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. The Oxford Handbook of European Union Law. editor / Anthony Arnull ; Damian Chalmers. 1. ed. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015. pp. 837-866 (Oxford Handbooks in Law).

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