EU law before and after the referendum - challenges and opportunities

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Abstract

This is a slightly edited version of the Inaugural Lecture I delivered at the University of Bristol on Tuesday 1st May 2018, complete with references and links. In the lecture, I sought to explain the transformative effect which the referendum and the wider Brexit debate has had on (my) EU law scholarship. I first discussed the themes and issues with which I have grappled in my
academic career – with a focus on the nature of the EU as a developing political entity, the nature of the EU internal (or single) market, and the EU’s relationship with national legal and political structures. I then went on to explain the impact of Brexit, which, of necessity has involved re‐imagining not only the UK’s relationship with the EU, but also the role of legal academics.  
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSchool of Law, University of Bristol
EditionLegal Research Papers 2018
Publication statusPublished - May 2018

Structured keywords

  • Brexit
  • LAW Brexit

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