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Brexit and the UK constitution


Thursday 21st July 2016 at Inner Temple Hall, London EC4Y 7HL at 5.30pm

Brick Court Chambers presents a panel discussion to consider the legal implications of Brexit for the UK constitution

Dominic Grieve QC MP

Professor Paul Craig

Professor Jo Shaw

Professor Derrick Wyatt QC

Richard Gordon QC

Issues for discussion include:

  • Article 50 TEU: who can trigger it and what is the role of Parliament?
  • Uncoupling domestic from EU law
  • How will the courts treat EU law after Brexit?
  • Implications for the devolved Governments and Parliament
  • Future treaties and agreements
  • The UK’s negotiating mandate

If you would like to attend please click here to register

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