Library, Research and Documentation
The Directorate-General for Library, Research and Documentation has developed a number of tools facilitating access to the case-law of the Court of Justice, the Court of First Instance and the Civil Service Tribunal, to legal literature and to Community and national case-law relating to the Brussels and Lugano Conventions.
Some printed publications have been replaced by electronic versions available on the Curia website, enabling them to be disseminated quickly and free of charge.
Annual publication based on monographs acquired and periodicals catalogued during the year in question in the area of European Union law. An official publication of the European Union since 1990, the Bibliography contains approximately 6 000 bibliographical references, which can be accessed via a subject-matter index and an index of authors.
Price: EUR 50, excluding VAT.
Orders should be sent to the Directorate-General for Infrastructure, Publications Unit, L-2925 Luxembourg.
Bi-monthly bibliography comprising a complete list of all the works (monographs and articles) received or catalogued during the reference period. The bibliography is in two separate parts:
Part A: Legal publications on European integration;
Part B: Jurisprudence, international law, comparative law, national legal systems.
The current bibliography has been available since January 2000 at: Current bibliography. (Please note : the above item exists only in French)
The ‘Répertoire de jurisprudence' (Digest of European Union case-law) is a compilation of summaries of the judgments and orders of the Court of Justice and General Court of the European Union and of the European Union Civil Service Tribunal delivered since their inception, following a classification scheme.
The Case-law digest exists in French, is updated weekly and is available at: Case-law digest.
Numerical list of all cases brought before the Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal since their creation. The list, in French and English, is updated daily and and contains links to decisions and to information relating to the cases available on the EUR-Lex or Curia websites.
This publication, available on Curia, provides references for all the legal literature relating to judgments of the Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal.
Information bulletin, in French, providing an overview of the decisions of international and national courts and tribunals, the practices of international organisations and national legislation of interest to European Union case-law.
Three bulletins are normally published annually and are available (as from 1999) on Curia.