Law Event: The Legal Implications of Brexit
We are delighted to invite Members to attend a virtual Law event on Thursday 28 January, looking at the legal implications of Brexit, and how we might look beyond EU legal relations as we create new terms of relations with around 160 countries with whom we have not had a bi-lateral legal trade framework since 1973.
The Master, Sir Christopher Greenwood, will chair a roundtable discussion with Professor of European Law and Fellow of St John's College, Dr Albertina Albors-Llorens (1991), and Ms Julia Prummer (2019). Julia was the winner of the 2020 United Kingdom Association for European Law (UKAEL) essay competition, where participants were asked to discuss the meaning and effect Brexit has had on the interpretation of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU). You can read Julia’s winning essay at this link - What light has Brexit shed on the meaning and the effect of Article 50 TEU?
This is a virtual event, and registration is required. Please complete the registration form at the link below. On completion of the registration form you will be emailed the information required to attend online.The Legal Implications of Brexit Registration Form
This is an online event and will use the video conferencing platform, Zoom. If you wish to attend, please ensure that you have downloaded the Zoom software onto your smartphone, tablet or computer.
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