Reminder: Brexit means Brexit, Seminar in London 26 January

This is a reminder of the Seminar on Brexit and Private International Law at King’s College London on 26 January 2017.

The seminar will discuss the risks which Brexit poses for the UK as a centre for dispute resolution of civil and commercial disputes, with particular reference to Jurisdiction/Enforcement; Applicable law; Procedure; and Cross-border Insolvency law.

The Chair is Professor Jonathan Harris QC.

Speakers are:

Sir Richard Aikens: Brick Court Chambers and King’s College London

Alexander Layton QC: 20 Essex Street Chambers and King’s College London

Dr Manuel Penades Fons: King’s College London

It will take place at King’s College London – Strand Campus at 6.30 p.m.

For registration and more information, see here.

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  • Mariana Carneiro February 8, 2017, 7:49 pm

    Hello!
    I am student of law from Brazil. I have been researcher student of Internacional Law Subject. My theme of research is about Brexit. I am goint to coming to an ending collegue this year and I have searched many literature about internacional law, I chose Brexit, it’s so interesting. I saw that King’s college have organized some seminars about Brexit. My doubt is whether you will available some digital media material or another one for the internacional public.
    Best Regards,

    Mariana Carneiro.
    Law student
    Brazil zone