Why we’re leaving the EU – and why the ECJ shouldn’t have jurisdiction over us after we leave

On 27 May 2018 at the XXVIII Congress of FIDE (Fédération Internationale pour le Droit Européen/International Federation for European Law) at Estoril, Portugal, Martin Howe QC, Chairman of Lawyers for Britain, took part in a panel on Brexit following the speech to the Congress by Michel Barnier, the EU’s Brexit negotiatior.

The full text of M. Barnier’s speech is available as a Commission press release and is reported on Bloomberg and Politico.

The Panel

Panel Chairman: Prof Vassilios Skouris,  Former President of the Court of Justice of the European Union

Lord (Jonathan) Mance,  Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

James Wolffe QC, Lord Advocate of Scotland

Martin Howe QC, Chairman of Lawyers for Britain

Sir Jonathan Faull, Chair of European Public Affairs at the Brunswick Group, Former Director General of the European Commission

Kieran Bradley, Special Adviser to the CJEU on Brexit Continue reading “Why we’re leaving the EU – and why the ECJ shouldn’t have jurisdiction over us after we leave”

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