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07 November 2016

The Post-Brexit Legal Landscape

Date 13 Dec 2016
Time 13:30 - 16:00
Location Law Society House, 100 Victoria Street, Belfast
CPD Points 3 General Group Study

Much about Brexit is still unknown, but it will certainly be one of the most significant changes to the UK and Irish legal landscape since the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921.

  • Organised by the Irish Centre for European Law & Law Society of Northern Ireland

  • Tuesday 13th December 2:00pm

  • Registration from 1:30pm

  • 3 CPD Points

This conference brings together leading legal speakers from Northern Ireland, London and Dublin to examine a series of constitutional and economic issues.

Confirmed speakers, topics and chairs

  • The Hon. John Cooke SC – Chair - TBC
  • Margaret Gray BL, practicing in Belfast, Dublin and from Brick Court Chambers, London - Some implications for private and public law litigation
  • Professor Christopher McCrudden, Queens University Belfast and Blackstone Chambers London - The devolved setting and fundamental rights
  • Professor Derrick Wyatt QC, Brick Court Chambers, London – Brexit and Article 50 - glass half full, or glass half empty
  • David Anderson QC - Brick Court Chambers, London - Brexit and the Border
  • Dorit McCann– Carson McDowell Solicitors Belfast – Competition and state aid post Brexit
  • Clare Archbold, Legal Advisor to the Department of Justice for Northern Ireland - Northern Ireland Executive: mechanisms to respond to the prospect of Brexit

To book and for more information: Go to

Rates: Standard: £100 | ICEL Members £60 | ICEL Associate Members £30



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