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    Just wondering what anyone with experience of these two texts (Text and Materials books by craig and by Weatherill) think. The reading list for next year gives us a choice between these two texts. I'm the type of student who will read the chapter/textbook cover to cover. I like books that give a good CRITIQUE of the law. For instance, without a shadow of a doubt, Andrew Ashworth and Glanville Williams got me the mark I got last year for criminal law. So which author would you reccomend for me? I know it's horses for courses, but would appreciate any ideas/experience.

    I have obviously come across Craig before in Public Law and recall that he seemed to regard prolixity as a virtue!

    Many thanks for your help.
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    I'm the type of student who will read the chapter/textbook cover to cover. I like books that give a good CRITIQUE of the law.
    You will approve of Craig and De Burca's book.
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    Both are fantastic. If you are serious about studying EU law, you should use them both. But if you were to choose between them, go with Craig.
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    Thanks very much for the advice, Paul Craig it is then! I will take the other out of the library and if I like it that much, might get it too!
 
 
 
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