Life After Brexit- 6th November 2017 6.30 pm



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The Centre for Scottish Public Policy and The Young European Movement warmly invite you to discuss with our panel the likely impact of Brexit in the UK.

With new questions constantly arising from negotiations we are bringing in experts to make sense of how these discussions will affect policy in the UK. We are joined on our panel by:

Dr Leandro Mancano: Lecturer in EU Law at Edinburgh Law School and Programme Director of the LLM in European Law. 

Leandro’s main research interests lie in EU Constitutional Law, EU Fundamental Rights Law, the law and policy of the EU Area of Freedom Security and Justice. He teaches and is course organizer of courses in EU Law (Hons), EU Constitutional Law (LLM) and EU Fundamental Rights Law (LLM).

Dr Helen Hardman: Lecturer in Transformation and European Integration at Glasgow University. Dr Hardman's research covers human rights and the Council of Europe, she will talk to us about how these relationships may be effected by Brexit. 

Mark Lazarowicz: Former MP for Edinburgh North and Leith and Prime Minister's Special Representative on Carbon Trading 2009-2010. Mark is also an advocate with special interest in immigration and asylum, Land Law,Planning and Environmental,Public law, including judicial review and human rights. 

 

Agenda

6.00pm  Venue open

 

6.30pm  Welcomes and introductions from Juuso Järviniemi: President of the Young European Movement UK (event chair)

 

6.40pm  Dr Leandro Mancano: Lecturer in EU Law at Edinburgh Law School and Programme Director of the LLM in European Law. Dr. Mancano will be giving an insight into the impact of Brexit on security strategies and police cooperation, with an eye on the devolution issue and the role that Scotland could play in this regard.

 

6.50pm  Dr Helen Hardman: Lecturer in Transformation and European Integration at Glasgow University. Dr Hardman's research covers human rights and the Council of Europe, she will talk to us about how these relationships may be affected by Brexit.

 

7.00pm  Mark Lazarowicz, Advocate, Terra Firma Chambers, formerly MP for Edinburgh North and Leith, will address us on how asylum and immigration will be affected by Brexit.

 

7.10pm  Audience Q&A, followed by informal networking

  

8.00pm  Event end.

 

 

          

 

 

WHEN
November 06, 2017 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
The Screening Room
50 George Sq
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh EH8 9LH
United Kingdom
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CONTACT
Anna Rieser · · 07806489389
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