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A joint webinar by the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law at City Law School and the European and International Analysts Group.

Two years after the UK left EU, and one year after the Trade & Co-operation Agreement between the two came into force, what are the consequences of Brexit? How is the implementation of the TCA in its first year, including its economic impact, working out? What solution can be found to the difficulties with the Northern Ireland Protocol? The TCA made no provision for a structured relationship between the parties in external relations and defence but the co-ordinated response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine has shown that the UK and the EU can work together when there is the political will. And what are the implications for the Russian invasion for the future of Europe and of the UK-EU relationship?

We will be discussing these questions at a webinar on the 5th May 2022 with a distinguished panel of speakers chaired by Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC.

The speakers will include:

  • Professor Catherine Barnard, Professor of European & Employment Law, Cambridge University
  • Professor Katy Hayward, Professor of Political Sociology, Queen’s University, Belfast
  • Lord Hannay of Chiswick, former UK Permanent Representative to the EU and to the UN; chair of the European & International Analysts Group
  • Sir Jonathan Faull, former Director-General European Commission; member of the European & International Analysts Group

The event will be introduced by Professor Panos Koutrakos, Professor of EU Law and Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law, City, University of London.

Please note this event will take place online via Zoom. Attendees will need to have a Zoom account to access the webinar, a free Zoom account can be set up at registration.

To register to attend, please click here.

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