Legal Consequences of Brexit

Date: 20 October 2017

Time: 14:00 - 17:30

The General Council of the Bar, 289 - 293 High Holbon, WC1V 7HZ London

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This seminar, organised jointly by the Bar Council and the Deutscher Anwaltverein (German Bar Association), will offer a platform for a discussion on the legal consequences of Brexit.

It will include topics such as the Art. 50 Litigation and the consequences for constitutional law and passporting and mutual recognition in financial services post-Brexit.

Registration starts at 13:30 for a prompt start at 14:00. The event will conclude at 17:30 and will be followed by a networking drinks reception.

 

The seminar will cover:

The Art. 50 Litigation and the consequences for constitutional law

The UK and the EU - Consequences for important fields of law

Passporting and mutual recognition in financial services post-Brexit

 

Speakers include:

Dominic Grieve QC, MP, Former Attorney General of England & Wales

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang, Deutscher Anwaltverein (German Bar Association)

Richard Hoyle, Essex Court Chambers and Tanja Pfitzner, Pfitzner Legal

Gordon Nardell QC, 20 Essex Street 

Prof Gerard McMeel, Guildhall Chambers

Brian Kennelly QC, Blackstone Chambers

Amanda Pinto QC, International Committee Chair

 

Please click here to download the full programme.

Event Costs

There will be a charge to attend:

  • £60 + VAT for barristers who have paid the Bar Representation Fee (BRF)

  • £80 + VAT for those barristers who have not paid the Bar Representation Fee (BRF)

  • £38 + VAT for Young barristers who have paid the Bar Representation Fee (BRF)

  • £48 + VAT for Young barristers who have not paid the Bar Representation Fee (BRF)

  • £35 + VAT for those from Deutscher Anwaltverein (German Bar Association)

 

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Please contact TrainingandEvents@Barcouncil.org.uk if you have any queries.