Konferencja w Brukseli 28-29.09.2017 r. Brexit: Legal Consequences for the EU
Brexit: Legal Consequences for the EU
Brussels, 28-29 September 2017
With the Article 50 TEU notification of the UK’s intention to withdraw from membership of the EU on 28 March 2017, the process of Brexit began. This conference aims to provide participants with an overview of its legal consequences for the EU.
- Legal framework of Brexit
- Negotiations on Brexit
- Legal issues for the negotiations such as:
free movement of persons
• mutual financial claims
Organiser: ERA (Karolina Rokicka)
Event number: 417D94
Professor of European Union Law, Trinity College, Cambridge
former Member of the Supreme Court of Ireland, former Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Dublin
Alexander Layton QC
Barrister, Arbitrator, 20 Essex Street, London
Professor of European Law, University of Westminster, London
Senior Lecturer in EU Law, University of Deusto
Professor of European Union Law, King’s College London; Barrister, Matrix Chambers
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ERA Jubilee Congress
The authority of EU law – do we still believe in it?
Trier, 19-20 October 2017
In the course of its first 25 years, more than 125,000 European jurists have participated in more than 2,200 conferences and training events organised by ERA. They have built contacts across national and professional borders and contributed to shaping a veritable European community of legal practitioners.
To celebrate its 25th Jubilee Year, a congress will be held on 19-20 October 2017 in Trier and a series of other events around Europe.
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