- … The Lisbon Treaty has brought about key changes in the Union’s legal framework. It is more than ever essential for students, legal practitioners, national judges, and indeed the citizens whom we represent in the European Parliament, to have concise and practical resources to help them understand the Union’s dynamic legal order. Charting complex areas of Union law clearly and understandably goes very much in this direction and should therefore be warmly welcomed.
Jerzy Buzek [President of the European Parliament]
- “Essential EU Law in Charts” by Christa Tobler and Jacques Beglinger. A curious but very useful little book, also aimed at the “concours” market. No lengthy paragraphs here, just charts and graphs.“ http://www.economist.com/comment/513278#comment-513278 [Posted 07.04.2010]
- “Using ‘Essential EC Law in Charts’ as a learning material proved to be essential for our students to understand the complex subject of EU law in an accessible and direct way. As a consequence, they were much better prepared in class and obtained higher marks.” – Dr. Andrea Ott, lecturer in European Law, Maastricht University, the Netherlands [Posted 22.10.2008]
- “A very interesting book, entitled “Essential EC Law in Charts”, especially for people inclined to “visual reading” is written by Tobler & Beglinger and available by HVG-ORAC Publishing House. Of particular interest is an electronic chapter on the Lisbon Treaty that is accesible in the website www.eur-charts.eu.” – Succeeding in the EU Examinations, Blog by Christos Bezirtzoglou, European Commission, Directorate-General for Trade.