The EU Law Discussion Group is delighted to welcome you to its annual Brexit Symposium, this term taking place on 8 March (Friday of 8th week, HT). The aim of the Symposium is to cover a wide range of political, legal and economic issues related to Brexit, including necessary administrative reforms, various aspects of trade relations, finances, competition law and state aid. Come along to listen and talk to a large number of experts, both academics and practitioners, who will provide their insights and will be happy to answer your questions.

We are happy to host Sir David Edward (University of Edinburgh), Paul Craig (University of Oxford), Tim Ward (Monckton Chambers), Rachel Brandenburger (University of Oxford and Hogan Lovells US), John Temple Lang (Trinity College Dublin), Sir Francis Jacobs (KCL and Fountain Court Chambers), Pablo Ibanez Colomo (LSE), Joseph Tomlinson (KCL), Alexandra Sinclair (KCL, Public Law Project), Hafsteinn Kristjansson (Universities of Oxford and Iceland), Stefan Enchelmaier (University of Oxford), and Stephen Weatherill (University of Oxford).

All are welcome.
Venue: Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Time: 12:45-4:35 (registration from 12:15)

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