EUROPEAN LAW

EUROPEAN LAW

European law.

1. The law of the European Union.

2. More broadly, the law of the European Union, together with the conventions of the Council of Europe, including the European Convention on Human Rights.

3. More broadly still, all the law current in Europe, including the law of European organizations, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and all the bilateral and multilateral conventions in effect, as well as European customary law.


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