*Please note this event has been cancelled for reasons outwith our control.*
29 March 2019 marks the second anniversary of the notification by the UK government of its intention to leave the European Union. At the same time, it heralds a time of uncertainty to businesses and private citizens, workers and students alike, in which crucial questions on the economical, the political and the legal plane remain unanswered.
This roundtable, hosted by the Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law (University of Edinburgh), offers the opportunity to explore in detail some of the most important questions to which the Brexit process gives rise. Panellists will give brief introductory statements and will then deal with questions from the audience. Following the conclusion of the roundtable, there will be a wine reception, during which the discussions can continue in a less formal setting and opportunity for networking will be provided.
Our Panellists are:
Ms Joanna Cherry QC, MP, LLM (Edin.), SNP spokesperson for Justice and Home Affairs
Dr Arianna Andreangeli (University of Edinburgh)
Mr Darren Harvey (University of Edinburgh)
Dr Paul Behrens (University of Edinburgh, Chair)
Participation is free to all, but places are limited and interested parties therefore will have to register on Eventbrite.
We also ask you to submit a question to the panel (the order form on eventbrite will prompt you to do that). Selected questions will be put to the panel, and there will be space for a few follow-up questions from the audience.
For more information visit the Facebook event here.