Cases before the CJEU appear to fall into two categories: those which go to the heart of Brexit, and those in which Brexit is more incidental.
30 April 2018
The Law Society has said the UK should remain under the jurisdiction of the EU Court of Justice during Brexit transition.
EU data-sharing sounds like a dry subject but it goes to the heart of law enforcement and human rights.
Who suffers if we continue to lead globally on dispute resolution post-Brexit?
Conservative MP says UK lawyers risk ending up in 'perverse position' of registering abroad.
Market research report says that the UK is world’s second most valuable market for legal services.
How the European arrest warrant has raised standards - and the implications of an explosive Irish court case.
The English Bar has come up with an interesting Brexit idea - a separate UK-EU treaty on justice issues.
19 March 2018
As Brexit looms, Eduardo Reyes finds lawyers at the latest Gazette roundtable urgently trying to influence policymakers while preparing for a turbulent and uncertain future.
Public Servants understand minutiae, but are ministers listening?
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