A New Reference Work on ‘European Migration Law’ with OUP

One can easily get lost in the ‘jungle’ of European migration law, which is defined by an ever-increasing complexity with more than three dozen directives and regulations, numerous court judgments, international treaties, reform proposals, and factual developments. In a careful inspection of the legal material, Daniel Thym provides a comprehensive assessment which combines an introduction to core features with a reliable inventory of legal developments. The first edition of the 700-page volume was published in the EU LAW LIBRARY SERIES with OUP in June 2023 and may ideally prove itself as an invaluable guide for policy experts, legal practitioners, and academics at all levels of seniority. Its eighteen chapters introduce the reader to the common rulebook, state practices, and theoretical debates about visas and border controls, asylum and legal migration, integration and return, and international cooperation. Institutional access can be organised via Oxford Academic, whereas individuals can receive a 30 percent discount with the promotion code 'ALAUTHC4'.