Brexit

Westminster Watch

Westminster village begins to recover its equilibrium after the EU vote, grappling with the machinery of change and arrangements to scrutinise Brexit policy In 1886 the... read more

Raising the bar

‘Innovation and global opportunity’ – this year’s Bar Conference theme – should prompt barristers in every field to reassess the way they work, explains Gerard McDermott QC... read more

BREXIT: What now for the Bar?

Evanna Fruithof outlines Brexit’s implications for barristers across practice area Three months on from the UK’s seismic EU Referendum result, and with the brief respite of... read more

O’Brien update (4) – By His Honour John Platt

Latest developments in the O’Brien/Miller pension and money claims. read more

Brexit: an important role for the courts

Proceedings have been instituted challenging the power of the Prime Minister to activate Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without the prior consent and authority of Parliament. In the second of a... read more

Brexit: what role do the courts have to play?

Judicial review proceedings have been instituted challenging the power of the Prime Minister to activate Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without the prior consent and authority of Parliament. In the... read more

Brexit challenge

The Lord Chief Justice will preside over the legal challenge to the Brexit process in October, the High Court has ruled. read more

Business as usual?

Sophie Nappert analyses how international arbitration in London will fare post-Brexit Unless and until the UK formally leaves the EU, the Brexit vote – which has political... read more

Blogger profile: Waiting for Godot

Counsel speaks to Jolyon Maugham QC, the tax law blogger Waiting for Godot Where did the inspiration come from to write the blog? read more

A View from Brussels

No single market ‘à la carte’ – Evanna Fruithof reports the mood in Brussels in the aftermath of the Brexit vote A visiting professor of EU law I know (non-UK) used to... read more

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