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The Distinguished Professorial Address: Professor Michael Dougan - The UK O...
Wed 29 March 2017, 17:30 – 19:30 BST
The Bristol Law School invites you to Professor Michael Dougan Distinguished Professorial Address at UWE Bristol, Frenchay Campus, Wednesday 29th March from 17:30.
The address will take place in 4B031. Refreshements will be served before and after the address.
Since the June referendum, political and public attention has focused on the UK’s forthcoming negotiations with the EU about withdrawal and the framework of future relations in fields such as trade and security. Those negotiations certainly raise all sorts of novel and sensitive legal issues, to say nothing of their political salience and controversy. But of at least equal interest are two further questions. What will it mean to “de-Europeanise” the UK legal system through and following the process of withdrawal? And how might the UK’s departure impact upon the EU’s own constitutional order?
Michael Dougan is Head of Law and Professor of European Law, University of Liverpool. He specialises in EU Law, particularly EU constitutional and institutional law, legal relations between the EU and its Member States, the law of the Single Market and free movement of persons / EU welfare law. Michael is Joint Editor of Common Market Law Review – the world’s leading scientific journal for European legal research.
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Room 4B031, University of the West of England - Frenchay Campus