Professor Roger J. Goebel is the principal coauthor of the 2015 edition of the leading American casebook on European Union law, Cases and Materials on European Union Law (West Academic Publishing), which presents the governance and judicial structure of the European Union, a complex constitutional, political, and legal structure with 28 member states that is the United States’ largest trading partner. The casebook also highlights major substantive law fields of concern to students and practitioners, as updated by the 2009 Treaty of Lisbon. Across its six parts, the book provides a history and description of the EU’s political governance structure and its Court of Justice, and comprehensive coverage of competition law and policy, trade policy, and free movement of capital. It concludes with an extensive focus on several key policy areas such as employment law and antidiscrimination rules. Goebel wrote the book with Eleanor M. Fox of NYU School of Law, George A. Bermann of Columbia University School of Law, Jeffery Atik of Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Frank Emmert of Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, and Damien Gerard, member of the University of Louvain law faculty.
Roger J. Goebel is the Alpin J. Cameron Professor of Law. He joined the Fordham faculty in 1984 and has served as Director of the Fordham Center on European Union Law since 1990.