UKAEL

The UKAEL brings together all those across the UK with an interest in European Union law.

Through lectures, conferences and other events it promotes a better understanding of EU law, encourages debate and discussion on current issues, and as the UK branch of FIDE, is part of an international network of European law associations.



 
AFTER THE ARTICLE 50 JUDGMENT

AND THE COMMONS BREXIT VOTE –

WHAT NEXT?

 

Bush House, Classroom (S) 2.03

Kings College London


13 December 2018, 5.30 – 7.30 pm

 

 

The United Kingdom Association for European Law invites academics, students, legal practitioners and the general public to a panel discussion regarding the recent CJEU ruling on the revocability of the Article 50 withdrawal notice and the constitutional implications of the meaningful vote in Parliament. 

 

Confirmed Speakers: Gerry Facenna QC, Monckton Chambers; Professor Piet Eeckhout, University College London; Anneli Howard, Monckton Chambers; Professor Takis Tridimas, Kings College London and Matrix Chambers, in the chair.

 

This event carries a fee of £15 for UKAEL members, £25 for non-members, and is free for students. Please contact Kerstin.Wachholz@kcl.ac.uk as soon as possible to register as places are strictly limited.

 

 


THE FUTURE AFTER BREXIT

 

30 January 2018, 5.30- 7.00 pm

Edmond J. Safra Theatre, Kings College London
 

 

The United Kingdom Association for European Law in conjunction withthe Bar European Group invites academics, students, legal practitioners and the general public to a panel discussion regarding the ramifications of the meaningful vote in Parliament for the UK’s future relationship with the EU. 

 

Programme

Chair: Sir Alan Dashwood QC

 

Case C-621/18 Wightman– Revocability and Constitutional Implications:  Aidan O’Neill QC, Matrix Chambers 

 

Citizens’ Rights: Professor Michael Dougan, University of Liverpool 

 

Round Table: Implications for Trade and Sectoral Regulation 

Chair: Kieron Beal QC

 

  • Goods
  • Services
  • Transport and Aviation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Agencies and Regulatory Co-Operation 
  • Competition Law and State Aid

 

 


The text of the UKAEL Annual Lecture is available now:

Sovereignty, Law and the Common Good: Constitutional Lessons from Brexit

UKAEL Annual Lecture by Sir Martin Donnelly, 4 December 2018 

Read the lecture here.



 

 


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Membership

Our members enjoy a range of benefits including:

  • Discounts and priority booking for all of our events
  • Member rate at the biennial FIDE Congress
  • An invitation to the UKAEL Annual General Meeting
  • Opportunities to study and discuss European Union Law with leading academics and practitioners