Brexit Symposium: Brexit and the EU: Legal and Institutional Perspectives

Event date
23 February 2018
Event time
13:00 - 16:30
Oxford week
Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre

Brexit and the EU: Legal and Institutional Perspectives


Panel 1: Legal Dimensions of Brexit: Free Movement, Common Policies and Sovereignty

ChairProfessor Sir David Edward (University of Edinburgh)

Professor John Temple Lang (Trinity College Dublin, Cleary Gottlieb)

Services within the internal market


Philip Moser QC (Monckton Chambers)

Free movement for lawyers: services and establishment


Professor Tamara Hervey (Sheffield University)

Legal and policy aspects of Brexit for health care


Ms Bojana Vitanova (University of Oxford)

The Digital Single Market


Professor Steve Weatherill (University of Oxford)

Free trade, permission to trade, and freed trade


Panel 2: Institutional, Political and Administrative Challenges of Brexit

ChairProfessor Sir Francis Jacobs QC (King's College London, Fountain Court Chambers)

Professor Kalypso Nicolaidis (University of Oxford)

Mutual recognition: promise and denial, from Sapiens to Brexit


Dr Tobias Lock (University of Edinburgh)

Lost in translation? the legal challenge of 'getting transition right'


Professor Antonios Kouroutakis (IE Law School)

The Henry VIII powers in the EU Withdrawal Bill; political and legal safeguards


Mikolaj Barczentewicz (University of Oxford)

Entrenchment of retained EU law and of the Withdrawal Agreement in UK law


Professor Paul Craig (University of Oxford)

The Withdrawal Bill: legal challenges


Alexandre Holroyd (French National Assembly

Closing Speech: Brexit and EU Politics


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The Symposium is kindly sponsored by Monckton Chambers and will precede the 2018 Jeremy Lever Lecture.

Contact: Jenny Dix



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EU Law