Implementing and Enforcing EU Criminal Law

Implementing and Enforcing EU Criminal Law
  • Theory and Practice
  • Editorial board: Ivan Sammut and Jelena Agranovska
  • ISBN Book: 978-94-6236-983-2, #1 edition
  • Year of publication: 2020
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This book is the result of an academic project, funded by the Hercules Programme of the European Commission to study legislation dealing with crimes against the Financial Interest of the EU awarded to the Department of  European and Comparative Law within the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta. The study deals with the notion of criminal law at the European Union level as well as the relationship between the EU legal order and the national legal order. The focus of the study is on the development of EU criminal legislation aimed at protecting the financial interests of the EU, with a focus on cybercrime, fraud and public spending. It starts with the current legal basis in the TFEU, followed by the development of EU legislation in the area as well as the legislation of relevant bodies, such as EPO, OLAF and EUROPOL. The study tackles how this legislation is being received by the national legal orders, whereby eleven EU Member States are selected based on size, geography and legal systems. These Member States are France, Ireland, Croatia, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Malta, Spain, Latvia, Greece and Poland. A comparative study is made between those sections of EU criminal law dealing with the financial interests of the EU in these Member States to analyse the current legislation and propose future developments. The study, which is led by the editors based at the University of Malta, examines the subject from a European perspective. Besides the European perspective, the  study focuses on national case-studies, followed by a comparative analysis.

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Dr Ivan Sammut is the Head of Department of European and Comparative Law within the Faculty of Laws, University of Malta. He has read PhD at the IALS University of London and LL.M. from the College of Europe (Bruges). He is also a graduate of the Universities of Malta and Birmingham. He is a qualified lawyer and his academic interests lie broadly in the areas of EU law, private law and the law of the Internal Market.

Dr Jelena Agranovska is a Lecturer in European and Comparative Law within the Faculty of Laws, University of Malta. She had read the degrees of PhD at King’s College London, LL.M. in European and International Law at London Metropolitan University and LL.B. at the Moscow State University. Jelena’s academic interests lie broadly in the areas of EU law, corporate law and the law of the Internal Market.

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Editorial board Ivan Sammut and Jelena Agranovska
ISBN Book 978-94-6236-983-2,#1 edition
Publication date 6 januari 2020
Number of pages 340 Pages
Brand Eleven International Publishing
Subject(s) Comparative Law / Conflict of Laws, European Law
Language English

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