European Union "secondary legislation" (e.g., directives, regulations, and decisions of the Council or Commission) appears in the Official Journal, L Series. ONU law students can find secondary legislation via EUR-Lex, Lexis, and Westlaw.
Summaries of EU legislation are short, easy-to-understand explanations of the main legal acts passed by the EU – intended for a general, non-specialist audience.
Most cover the main types of legislation passed by the EU: directives, regulations and decisions. But some cover other documents, such as international agreements
EUR-Lex Legislation gives access to: "binding legal instruments (regulations, directives and decisions); non-binding instruments (resolutions, opinions); other instruments (EU institutions' internal regulations, EU action programmes, etc.)" There is a powerful search function.