Elise's areas of expertise within EU law are: constitutional questions, judicial remedies, fundamental rights, equality law, social law and migration law (EU citizens and third country nationals).
Most recent publications:
Muir, E. (2018). Drawing positive lessons from the presence of ‘the social’ outside of EU social policy stricto sensu. European Constitutional Law Review, 14(1), 75-95. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1574019618000020
Waddington, L., & Muir, E. (2018). Directive 2000/78/EC establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation. In E. Ales, M. Bell, O. Deinert, & S. Robin-Oliver (Eds.), International and European Labour Law. Article-by-Article Commentary (pp. 520-547). (IEBL International and European Business Law). Frankfurt am Main: C.H. Beck - Hart - Nomos.
Muir, E. (2018). EU citizenship, access to “social benefits” and third-country national family members: Reflecting on the relationship between primary and secondary rights in times of Brexit. European Papers : a journal on law and integration, 3(3), 1353-1378. https://doi.org/10.15166/2499-8249/274
Muir, E. (2018). EU equality law: The first fundamental rights policy of the EU. (Oxford Studies in European Law). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Muir, E., & Cambien, N. (2018). Introduction: EU citizenship in times of Brexit. European Papers : a journal on law and integration, 3(3), 1289-1292. https://doi.org/10.15166/2499-8249/270
Muir, E., Garben, S., & Kilpatrick, C. (2017). Towards a European Pillar of Social Rights: upgrading the EU social acquis. (College of Europe Policy Brief (CEPOB); Vol. 1.17). Bruges: College of Europe.
Imamovic, S., & Muir, E. (2017). The Dublin III System: More derogations to the duty to transfer individual asylum seekers? European Papers : a journal on law and integration, 2(2), 719-728. https://doi.org/10.15166/2499-8249/160
Muir, E., & de Witte, B. (2017). The procedural and institutional dimension of EU anti-discrimination law. In L. S. Rossi, & F. Casolari (Eds.), The principle of equality in EU law (pp. 133-149). Cham: Springer.
Muir, E. (2015). (Il)legitimate differential treatment. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 15(1-2), 3-10. https://doi.org/10.1177/1358229114558389
Eliantonio, M., & Muir, E. (2015). Concluding thoughts: Legitimacy, rationale and extent of the incidental proceduralisation of EU Law. Review of European Administrative Law, 8(1), 175-204.
Recent publications include:
- E. Muir, 'Pursuing equality in the EU' in A. Arnull & D. Chalmers, The Oxford Handbook of EU Law (OUP, 2015)
- E. Muir & L. Waddington (Eds.), (Il)Legitimiate Differential Treatment (Special Issue, International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 2015, 15/1-2)
- M. Dawson & E. Muir (Eds.), One for All and All for One? The Collective Enforcement of EU Law (Special Issue, Legal Issues of European Integration, 2014, 41/3)
- E. Muir, 'The Fundamental Rights Implications of EU Legislation: some constitutional challenges' (Common Market Law Review, 2014, 219)
- M. Dawson, E. Muir & B. de Witte (Eds.), Judicial Activism at the European Court of Justice (Edward Elgar, 2013)
- E. Muir, EU Regulation of Access to Labour Markets: A Case Study of EU Constraints on Member States Competences (Kluwer European Monographs, 2012)
- M. Dawson, E. Muir & M. Claes, ‘Enforcing the EU's Rights Revolution: The Case of Equality’ (European Human Rights Law Review, 2012, 13)
- M. Dawson & E. Muir, 'Individual, institutional and collective vigilance in protecting fundamental rights in the EU: Lessons from the Roma'(Common Market Law Review, 2011, 48/3)
- E. Muir & A.P. van der Mei (Eds.), Revisiting the Principle of Equality: New Challenges for EU Law (Special double issue Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 2011, 18)
- E. Muir, ‘Of ages in - and edges of - EU Law’ (Common Market Law Review, 2011, 39)
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