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Jun

16

Thursday

The referendum on EU membership: pivotal issues

6.00pm

Panel Discussions

Public

The City Law School and the Jean Monnet Chair in EU law are delighted to host a debate on The Referendum on EU Membership: pivotal issues.

The debate will cover the following issues:

  1. The UK-EU relationship post Brexit
  2. Trade with the rest of the world
  3. Sovereignty
  4. Immigration
  5. Issues for the UK regarding Scotland and Ireland
  6. Peace and Security
EU/UK flags merged

Speakers:

Rt Hon Lord Hannay GCMG CH, former UK Representative to EU and Ambassador to UN and USA
Sir Alan Dashwood QC, City Law School, Henderson Chambers
Sir William Cash MP, Chair of House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee
Martin Howe QC, 8 New Square

Chaired by: Panos Koutrakos, Professor of EU Law and Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law

The event will be followed by a wine reception in the Great Hall Foyer.

Attendance is free and the event will be accredited for 2 hours CPD.

Places are still available to attend and can be booked through the sign up form on this page.

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When & where

6.00pm - 8.30pmThursday 16th June 2016

A130 College Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 4PB United Kingdom

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