Seminar: Britain Outside The EU – The State of Play
Tuesday 2nd April 2019
Northampton Suite, City, University of London, Northampton Square, London EC1V 0HB
What will the UK’s relationship with the EU look like after it officially withdraws on 29 March 2019? The situation has been highly speculative since the UK voted to leave in June 2016 and uncertainties increase especially as negotiations face difficulties on the EU level as well as in the UK itself.
Experts from The City Law School will examine the state of play after the official date of withdrawal in a two broad areas – those with an international aspect, and those with a domestic elements. They will look at international trade, international agreements and international dispute settlement after Brexit, and competition law in the UK, EU citizens’ rights and the future relationship between the UK and EU.
The event is structured as follows:
INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF BREXIT
- Professor Elaine Fahey – international trade
- Professor Panos Koutrakos – international agreements
- Dr Jed Odermatt – dispute settlement
DOMESTIC ELEMENTS OF BREXIT
- Dr Andriani Kalintiri – competition law
- Dr Adrienne Yong – EU citizens’ rights
- Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC – future relationship
The seminar will be followed by Q&As and a drinks reception.
Further details at: here