Special Edition of the Law Teacher Journal
Special Edition of the Law Teacher Journal on “Brexit and the Law School” (2019) 53(2) Guest Editors: Chloë J. Wallace and Tamara K. Hervey
Rights and Citizenship in the UK after Brexit
The ‘Rights and Citizenship in the UK after Brexit’ SULNE round-table took place on 14 September 2017. Read the Conference Briefing Report.
UK students ‘may be barred from Erasmus after Brexit’
Professor Paul James Cardwell (School of Law, University of Strathclyde) discusses the potential implications of Brexit for UK students’ participation in the Erasmus exchange scheme. Read the article in the Times Higher Education.
May is the cruelest month – Nikos Skoutaris
Dr Nikos Skoutaris discusses the challenges facing Theresa May as Brexit negotiations begin, following the UK’s general election results last month:
Nikos Skoutaris is a Lecturer in EU law in UEA. His website focuses on secessions, constitutions and EU law. Follow him on Twitter at @NikosSkoutaris.
Free Movement of Persons: The Right we Must Leave Behind? – Ian Forrester QC
Ian Forrester QC (Judge of the General Court of the European Union; Honorary Professor at the University of Glasgow) delivered the University of Glasgow’s School of Law James Wood Lecture on 11 November 2016. The topic he spoke on was ‘Free Movement of Persons: The Right We Must Leave Behind?’
The edited transcript of his lecture appears here with kind permission of Judge Forrester: Free Movement of Persons: The Right We Must Leave Behind?