EU experts to discuss implications of Brexit for law in Scotland
Top experts are to discuss the implications of Brexit for law and legal practice in Scotland at a seminar next month.
Sponsored by Scottish Legal News, Brexit update: implications for law and practice in Scotland, is an essential event for lawyers as well as academics, businesses and anyone working in public policy.
The seminar will feature speakers including Kenneth Campbell QC, who will explain how the EU withdrawal legislation will affect the devolved regime and Kirsty Hughes, director of the Scottish Centre on European Relations who will discuss the current position on transitional deal negotiations.
Post-Brexit taxation will be the subject of advocate Peter Sellar’s talk while James Mure QC will explain how consumer law will be affected by Brexit.
Rachel Kelsey of SKO Family Law Specialists will look at what Brexit means for family law and Annalisa Savaresi will update attendees on how environmental law will be changed under Brexit.
An EARLY BIRD offer of £60 per place is available for bookings made before 13 March 2018!