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ICEL Brexit Conference Papers

ICEL & CDPB - Belfast, February 26th

Brian Doherty paper and presentationThe devolution settlement and Brexit

John Temple Lang paper - Implications for Ireland

Clare Archibold presentationExtradition and cross border criminal co-operation

David Edward presentationThe alternatives to membership of the EU


ICEL Ibec - Dublin, May 5th

John Temple Lang paper - Implications for Ireland

Blanaid Clarke presentation - impact on financial services


ICEL & Law Society of Northern Ireland, Belfast May 6th

Brian Doherty paperEffects of Brexit on the operation of devolution under the Northern Ireland Act

Laura Gillespie presentation - Practical Implications for Lawyers in a Post-Brexit landscape


ICEL, ISEL and Bar Council, Dublin, May 9th

Derrick Wyatt paper - The post-Brexit relationship between the UK and the EU, and the status of the north/south Irish border

Vincent Power paper and presentation - Brexit, the implications for legal practice

Evanna Fruithof paper - The New Settlement, the impact of Brexit in key policy areas & the perception of the debate in Brussels




News & Events

Our Brexit series continues with an examination of the implications for agriculture on 26th April.  For details of the final line-up of speakers, click here.


The 2017 Privacy Conference is now open for registration. For details of the event, click here.  


Professor Carl Baudenbacher, President of the EFTA Court will address members of the ICEL on the possible role of the EFTA court in a post-Brexit world.  Click here for more details.


Interested in learing about practice and procedure before the European courts?  Click here for more details.


The ICEL Eversheds Sutherland Procurement Conference can be found here.



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