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Aux origines du droit de l'Union Européenne: Ie "ius commune" national dans les conclusions des avocats généraux: Karl Roemer et Maurice Lagrange (1954–1964)

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The beginnings of EU law: national ius commune in the opinions of the Advocates General Karl Roemer and Maurice Lagrange (1954–1964). – During the first decade of the European Communities' Court of Justice, Karl Roemer and Maurice Lagrange developed the principles of a European common law by borrowing from the Member States' national legal systems. Thus, many of the foundations of European Community law were rooted in a careful comparative analysis of the distinct national legal traditions.

Affiliations: 1: Legal advisor at the European Commission, visiting professor at the University of Roma Tre; Av. des Gaulois 3, B-I040 Bruxelles, Belgium


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