Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 
xviii, 332 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction and overview / Elaine Fahey and Deirdre Curtin Part I. Institutionalisation and Transatlantic Relations from a Legal Perspective The US Supreme Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union : emergence, nature and impact of a transatlantic judicial dialogue / Elaine Mak The European Parliament and EU-US relations: revamping institutional cooperation? / Davor Jancic Transatlantic adjudication techniques: the commerce clause and the EU's internal market harmonisation clause in perspective / Jose; Antonio Gutierrez-Fons A 'bottom-up' perspective on EU-US relations : the role of sub-national authorities / Josephine van Zeben Part II. Rule Making between the EU and US Towards a transatlantic community of law? The use of law between the EU and US legal orders : questions of legal form and characterisation / Elaine Fahey Transatlantic regulatory cooperation in trade : objectives, challenges and instruments for economic governance / Tamara Takács Addressing transatlantic regulatory barriers: can the USA and the EU create an effective equivalency instrument? / Jim Matthis A postnational marketplace : negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) / Marija Bartl and Elaine Fahey Part III. Security and Transatlantic Relations Transatlantic relations and security : reflections from a politician, practitioner and litigator Sophie in 't Veld Obstacles to transatlantic security cooperation in the 'War on Terror' / Wyn Rees Transatlantic counterterrorism cooperation agreements on the transfer of personal data : a test for democratic accountability in the EU / Juan Santos Vara Transatlantic counterterrorism cooperation and European values: the elusive quest for coherence / Valsamis Mitsilegas.
"As a medium for communication between the EU and the USA, law has the ability to provide unique insights into the state of contemporary transatlantic relations. A Transatlantic Community of Law offers legal perspectives on the emerging institutional characteristics of transatlantic relations and contemporary rule-making in both trade and security. Making use of rule of law analysis which has hitherto not been conducted in transatlantic relations scholarship, it draws together EU law, governance and rule-making scholarship and offers new ways of thinking about the use of law and contemporary transatlantic institutions"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.