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Brexit Law Blog: Archive

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

The UK courts after Brexit

Posted on 26 Sep 2016 by Brick Court

Richard Gordon QC considers two core questions which will need to be addressed by the UK courts in their treatment of “EU law” that is preserved after Brexit: (i) the legal status of that law; and (ii) the extent to which the common law may be reshaped by the experience of EU membership.

Please click here to view the article which was first published in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law.