UCL Laws experts blog on Brexit

Monday 20 February 2017

Blogs by members of UCL Laws:

‘The Constitution and the Folly of Majoritarianism’, Professor George Letsas, 20 February 2017, UK Constitutional Law Association blog

‘Brexit and Parliament: A Second Capitulation or Sovereignty Regained?,’ Professor Piet Eeckhout, 31 January, blog about Brexit

UCL Laws LLM student Ila Tyagi explores the impacts of Brexit on human rights in the UK, 27 January, UCL Centre for Access to Justice Blog

– ‘What Next? Legislative Authority for Triggering Article 50′, Professor Jeff King, 24 January 2017, UK Constitutional Law Association Blog

– ‘Environmental Governance after the EU: The Need to Ensure Accountability’, Professor Maria Lee,  Professor Liz Fisher (University of Oxford)28 November 2016, The EU Referendum and the UK Environment: An Expert Review

‘In Defence of Miller’, Professor Jeff King, Nick Barber (Trinity College, Oxford), 22 November 2016, UK Constitutional Law Association Blog

– Arguing that Article 50 Notification Is Reversible Involves Risks for the Government, Dr Ronan McCrea, 15 November 2017, UK Constitutional Law Association Blog

‘Responding to Miller‘ – Professor Jeff King, Nick Barber (Trinity College, Oxford), 7 November 2016, UK Constitutional Law Association Blog

‘Brexit: environmental accountability and EU governance’, Professor Maria Lee, 17 October 2016, Oxford University Press Blog

‘The UK decision to withdraw from the EU: government or parliament?’, Professor Piet Eeckhout,  17 October 2016, Britain & Europe blog

– ‘Can a Brexit Deal Provide a Clean Break with the Court of Justice and EU Fundamental Rights Norms?’ Dr Ronan McCrea, 3 October 2016, Britain & Europe blog

– ‘Brexit and the Domestic Judiciary: Some Preliminary Thoughts on the Aftermath of Triggering Article 50′, Christina Lienen, 21 July 2016,  UK Constitutional Law Association

‘Is the UK a mini EU?’, Dr Ronan McCrea, 19 July 2016, UK Constitutional Law Association

‘Article 50 and the political constitution’, Stephen Laws, 18 July 2016, UK Constitutional Law Association

‘EU citizens as bargaining chips’, Dr Virginia Mantouvalou, 14 July 2016, UK Constitutional Law Association

– UCL Laws event blog: ‘Brexit: Legal and Constitutional Requirements, Ira Ryk-Lakhman, 14 July 2016,

 – ‘Why the EU Referendum Might Be Morally Binding – A Partial Response to Yossi Nehushtan’, Alexander Green, , 14 July 2016, UK Constitutional Law Association

– ‘Why Parliamentary Approval for the Triggering of Article 50 TEU Should Be Required as a Matter of Constitutional Principle‘, Professor Colm O’Cinneide, 7 July 2016,  UK Constitutional Law Association

– Judicial Review and Article 50: Some Preliminary Issues’, Thomas Fairclough, 6 July 2016, UK Constitutional Law Association

– ‘Pulling the Article 50 ‘Trigger’: Parliament’s Indispensable Role’, Tom HickmanProfessor Jeff King, and Nick Barber (Trinity College Oxford), 27 June 2016,  UK Constitutional Law Association


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