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Brexit, the TCA and UK-EU Relations: One Year On

Wednesday 2 February 2022, 5.30-7pm UK time

2021 was a turbulent post-Brexit year, made all the more difficult by COVID. This webinar takes stock of the trading relationship broadly conceived between the UK and the EU after one year. There will be consideration of the legal and political relationship concerning services and goods, together with some of the key legal considerations concerning other aspects of the TCA and Withdrawal Agreement. The three contributors to the webinar are Professor Sarah Hall, Professor Martin Heneghan and Professor Paul Craig.

Paul Craig is the President of the UKAEL and Emeritus Professor of English Law, St John’s College, Oxford. His research interests are constitutional law, administrative law, EU law and comparative administrative law. In the context of EU law, he has written on a broad range of topics including, EU administrative law, competence, supremacy, hierarchy of norms, direct effect, membership, general principles of law, and economic and monetary union. He has given evidence to parliamentary committees on numerous occasions. From 2011-2019, he was the UK alternate member on the Venice Commission.

Sarah Hall is Professor of Economic Geography at the University of Nottingham and a Senior Fellow with the UK in a Changing Europe. Her current work focuses on Brexit and the UK’s financial services sector. She has previously worked on London’s international financial district and its relations with Europe, China and North America. She is the author of Global Finance (Sage, 2017) and Respatialising Finance (Wiley Blackwell 2021). She regularly provides evidence and analysis to policymakers and industry bodies.

Martin Heneghan is Assistant Professor in Public and Social Policy at the University of Nottingham. Prior to this he was a Research Fellow for a UK in a Changing Europe project investigating the impact of Brexit on financial services led by Professor Sarah Hall. His previous research analysed the role of international organisations in shaping national pension policies. 

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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

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