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Brexit and Criminal Justice Co-operation

QM School of Law

Thursday, 25 May 2017 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST)

Brexit and Criminal Justice Co-operation

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Criminal Justice Centre and Centre for European and International Legal Affairs

 

Continuing our Brexit Series with "Brexit and Criminal Justice Cooperation" 

 

The UK’s withdrawal from the EU will have considerable ramifications across many diverse areas including the UK’s criminal justice cooperation with the EU. The future of criminal justice cooperation with the EU following Brexit has already been the subject of several reports from Parliamentary committees in the UK as well as an on-going inquiry by the EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee. The Law Department at QMUL has assembled a panel of leading experts in criminal justice cooperation to shed light on a range of issues including over areas such as extradition, information exchange, investigative resources and the UK’s future relationship with Europol and Eurojust. 

 

Chair: Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas (QMUL) 

 

Speakers:  

 

Michael Kennedy (Former President of Eurojust and Former Chief Operating Officer of the Crown Prosecution Service)

Baroness Sarah Ludford  (Exiting the European Union Spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords) 

Professor Frank Meyer (University of Zurich)  

Professor Henning Bang Fuglsang Madsen Sørensen (University of Southern Denmark) 

 

This event will be finished by a drinks reception for those in attendance. 

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