This is a detailed essay on the EU Free Movement of Goods law. I received a 74% (good first class) for this essay, and my tutor was the strictest marker at UCL. A similar topic came up in the exam, and I got a first class in my EU exam.
This essay references several sources in the OSCOLA referencing format. At UCL I also used the textbooks by Catherine Barnard and Craig and de Búrca.
The essay is titled: "The genius of the CJEU's free movement of goods case law is that it successfully combines respect for free movement with respect for regulatory diversity among the EU's twenty-eight Member States. Moreover, it does so in a manner that strikes an appropriate balance between market integration and other societal concerns. Discuss."
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