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  1. Book review: Fissures in EU Citizenship: The Deconstruction and Recon…

    Haag, M. (2023). Book review: Fissures in EU Citizenship: The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of the Legal Evolution of EU Citizenship, by Martin Steinfeld. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022). Common Market Law Review, 60(1).
  2. Directives, direct concern, and direct access to the CJEU - Case C-34…

    Haag, M. (Author). (2022). Directives, direct concern, and direct access to the CJEU: Case C-348/20 P Nord Stream 2 v Parliament and Council. Web publication/site, European Law Blog. https://europeanlawblog.eu/2022/09/19/directives-direct-concern-and-direct-access-to-the-cjeu-case-c-348-20-p-nord-stream-2-v-parliament-and-council/
  3. The coup de grâce to the Union citizen’s right to equal treatment: CG…

    Haag, M. (2022). The coup de grâce to the Union citizen’s right to equal treatment: CG v. The Department for Communities in Northern Ireland, Common Market Law Review, 59(4), 1081-1106. https://kluwerlawonline.com/journalarticle/Common+Market+Law+Review/59.4/COLA2022073
  4. Case C-709/20 CG – The right to equal treatment of EU citizens - Anot…

    Haag, M. (Author). (2021). Case C-709/20 CG – The right to equal treatment of EU citizens: Another nail in the coffin. Web publication/site, European Law Blog.
  5. Former EU workers, school children, and the limits of social solidari…

    Haag, M. (Author). (2020). Former EU workers, school children, and the limits of social solidarity in the EU: Case C-181/19 Jobcenter Krefeld v JD. Web publication/site, European Law Blog. https://europeanlawblog.eu/2020/10/16/former-eu-workers-school-children-and-the-limits-of-social-solidarity-in-the-eu-case-c-181-19-jobcenter-krefeld-v-jd/

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