City Law School academics host ‘Britain Outside the EU: The State of Play’ panel event on April 2nd
On April 2nd 2019, academics from the City Law School will discuss what the UK's relationship with the European Union (EU) will look like after it officially withdraws on 29th March 2019.
During the event, Britain Outside the EU: The State of Play, held in the Northampton Suite from 5:30pm, experts from the Institute for the Study of European Laws (ISEL) and the Institute for Law and Global Affairs (ILAG) will draw attention to the state of play after March 29th in the two broad domestic and international aspects.
During Session 1 on the Domestic Aspects of Brexit, the panel, chaired by Professor Philippa Watson, will comprise Dr Andriani Kalintiri, (Competition Law in the UK after Brexit: Challenges and Prospects); Dr Adrienne Yong, (Does the EU Settlement Scheme adequately protect citizens’ rights after Brexit?); and Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC, (The shape of the future relationship between the UK and the EU).
Chaired by Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC, Henderson Chambers and former City Law School academic, Session 2, on the International Aspects of Brexit, will feature: Dr Jed Odermatt (Dispute Settlement after Brexit); Professor Panos Koutrakos, (Brexit, the UK and International Trade Agreements) and Professor Elaine Fahey (International Trade).