Watch members of UCL Laws discuss Brexit
Friday 9 December 2016
Professor Piet Eeckhout ‘Brexit and Trade Negotiations with the EU’ from University of Notre Dame
On 13 July 2016 UCL Laws hosted ‘Brexit: Legal and Constitutional Requirements’.
Questions that were addressed included:
- Is Parliamentary approval needed for triggering article 50?
- What role should Parliament have in the Brexit process?
- Can and should there be exit negotiations with the EU before the triggering of article 50?
- What are the possible options after article 50 has been triggered? Can the notice of withdrawal be withdrawn?
- What are the options for future relations with the EU?
- How will Brexit affect areas of UK law that have been heavily dependent on EU law?
- How will Brexit affect the constitutional dimension of devolution?
Introduction by Professor Dame Hazel Genn DBE QC (Hon), Dean of UCL Laws
Chaired by Joshua Rozenberg, Legal Commentator and Journalist
- Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL Laws), Professor of EU Law
- Dr Tom Hickman (UCL Laws), Reader in Public Law
- Professor Jeff King (UCL Laws), Professor of Law
- Professor George Letsas (UCL Laws), Professor of the Philosophy of Law
- Dr Virginia Mantouvalou (UCL Laws), Reader in Labour Law & Human Rights
- Dr Ronan McCrea (UCL Laws), Senior Lecturer in EU and Constitutional Law
This event was generously supported by UCL’s Global Engagement Office