Following the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon, the structure of the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) has been renewed, in particular with regard to Legislative acts (L I) and Non-legislative acts (L II).
The structure offers an overview of the rich materials available through the OJEU, as well as the various types of official documents in use by the European Union.
The paper is of interest i.a. to researchers, teachers, librarians and lawyers, as well as students of information science, economics, politics and law.
Even if nobody has asked me: The Official Journal is the best source of information about the European Union.
P.S. Ideas, economic models and (copy)rights clash on the frontiers of the knowledge society. Bilingual – French and English - La Quadrature du Net (Squaring the Net) is right there, as an advocacy group that promotes the rights and freedoms of citizens on the Internet. In my humble opinion, it should submit to be listed among the now more than 500 great euroblogs on multilingual Bloggingportal.eu, a useful one-stop-shop for fact, opinion and gossip on European affairs, i.a. politics, policies, economics, finance and law.