'Brexit - What Next?' panel discussion (VIDEO)
24 January 2020
On 22nd January 2020, UCL Faculty of Laws hosted a public event to discuss the issues arising in this next stage of Brexit.
Following the result of the election, the Brexit process will move to the next stage. It is clear now that the United Kingdom will leave the EU but the future relationship with the EU remains undetermined. The UCL Faculty of Laws hosted a public event to discuss the issues arising in this next stage of Brexit.
Details of speakers:
- Stefaan De Rynck (senior advisor of Michel Barnier)
- Prof. Piet Eeckhout (Dean of Faculty of Laws, UCL)
- Rt. Hon. Dominic Grieve MP (Formerly Member of Parliament for Beaconsfield; Attorney General)
- Prof. Ronan McCrea (Professor of Constitutional and European Law, UCL)
- Prof. Meg Russell (Professor of British and Comparative Politics and Director of the Constitution Unit, UCL)
- Prof. Eloise Scotford (Professor of Environmental Law, UCL)
The conversation was chaired by Dr Uta Staiger (Executive Director of the UCL European Institute, Pro-Vice-Provost (Europe), UCL).