The event is free to attend. The following URL provides full information and registration details: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-development-of-private-international-law-in-the-uk-post-brexit-tickets-89779245139
Date: Friday 28th February 2020, 9am-5pm.
Location: Queen Mary University of London, 67-69 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Room 3.1, London, WC2A 3JB
This is the first of four public AHRC workshops on Private International Law after Brexit from global, European, Commonwealth and intra-UK perspectives.
About the event
With Brexit having taken place on 31 January 2020 this workshop comes at an ideal time to focus on how private international law in the UK should develop once the implementation period for the UK leaving the EU has finished (which under UK law should be on 31 December 2020). Several eminent speakers will address the issue from four key perspectives:
- Global – Professor Trevor Hartley LSE
- Commonwealth – Professor David McClean, University of Sheffield
- EU/EEA – Michael Wilderspin – Commission Legal Service
- Intra-UK – Dr Kirsty Hood QC, Faculty of Advocates, Scotland
There will be a discussant for each perspective and then plenty of time for questions and comments after each main speaker.
The workshop will also hear from the organisers of this AHRC Research Network:
- Professor Paul Beaumont, University of Stirling
- Dr Mihail Danov, University of Exeter (who will report on his English pilot study)
Furthermore some empirical research findings will be shared by:
- Professor Sophia Tang, University of Newcastle
- Dr Jayne Holliday, University of Stirling
Those interested in advising on the development of this Research Network are welcome to stay for an informal meeting to be held at the end of the workshop between 5.10 and 6pm.
This event is free and open to all but registration is required because spaces are limited.
Professor Paul Beaumont and Dr Mihail Danov would like to thank Queen Mary University of London for their wonderful support by hosting the first three workshops and also AHRC for funding the Research Network.
The second and third workshop of this series will be held on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd April 2020 in the same location, Queen Mary University of London, Room 3.1, 67-69 Lincoln’s Inn Field, London and will focus on the future development of private international law in the UK in relation to commercial law (April 1) and family law (April 2).
The final workshop will be held on Thursday 2nd July 2020. This will be held as a joint venture with the Journal of Private International Law and will be held at Reed Smith, Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, EC2A 2RS
Tickets for these events will be available shortly.