The UK should remain under the jurisdiction of the EU Court of Justice during the Brexit transition process – but not beyond, the Law Society has said. In a policy paper Brexit: options for a future UK-EU dispute settlement mechanism, Chancery Lane suggests three models: one based on the European Free Trade Association, one on the CETA Canadian trade agreement, or a special mechanism tailored specifically to the EU-UK settlement. The system should connect with UK legal systems ‘to secure an ambitious and deep relationship with the EU’, the Society says.