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This blog tracked legal issues arising from Brexit. It ran from the referendum in 2016 to last post in May of 2021.

Panel Discussion: Brexit and the UK constitution – 21 July 2016

Posted on 19 Jul 2016 by Brick Court


Brick Court Chambers invites you to a panel discussion on

Brexit and the UK constitution

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


  • Dominic Grieve QC MP
  • Lord Falconer of Thoroton
  • Professor Jo Shaw
  • Professor Derrick Wyatt QC
  • Richard Gordon QC

Chaired by Clive Coleman

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

Click here to register to attend.