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Brexit Seminar Series

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Centre of European Law
Dates of Event
4th October 2016 – 4th April 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event
4th April 2017
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The result of the UK referendum on membership of the European Union had immediate repercussions across the UK, the EU and internationally. As the dust begins to settle, attention is now naturally drawn to the detail. What are the options for the new legal settlement between the UK and the EU? What will be the impact on the many specific areas of law which currently comprise the legal status quo in the UK? What role will international law play in the context of Brexit? There are many unanswered questions and a lot to discuss.

The Centre of European Law has assembled an outstanding array of expertise from King’s College London to conduct a series of seminars over the next academic year covering twelve different areas of law on which Brexit is likely to have an impact. Coordinated by Professor Andrea Biondi, Director of the Centre of European Law and Maria Kendrick, Research Fellow at the Centre of European Law, the series will feature twelve separate seminars with a final round up seminar to consider the wider constitutional issues. Each individual seminar will be led by the Chair(s) who will be joined on the panel by a line-up of distinguished speakers who are specialists in each specific area.

Each seminar is planned to commence at 6:30pm and will be held in rooms in or around the King’s College London Strand campus in central London.

Go to the 'More Info' tab to see the full schedule of seminars.

 


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