The Withdrawal Bill and What Follows: Progress and Prospects of the Bill and Possible Transitional Arrangements

London, United Kingdom

16 November 2017

UKAEL SEMINAR
"The Withdrawal Bill and What Follows: Progress and Prospects of the Bill and Possible Transitional Arrangements"
A view from the Bar - Rhodri Thompson QC
A view from the House of Lords - Lord Hannay of Chiswick
The Shape and Legal Basis of Transitional Arrangements - Sir Alan Dashwood QC
This seminar will examine the progress of the Withdrawal Bill from a legal and political perspective as well as the challenges and limitations of the draft legislation. Sir Alan Dashwood will then discuss the increasingly urgent question of what interim arrangements can be put in place if the two-year Article 50 negotiation period expires without any final agreement having been reached.

Sir Alan Dashwood and Rhodri Thompson are respectively the President and HonoraryTreasurer of the UKAEL; Lord Hannay is one of the pre-eminent experts on the EuropeanUnion in the House of Lords.
Thursday 16 November 20176.30 - 8 pm, followed by drinksThe River Room, King's College London, Strand Campus

Places are strictly limited so please secure yours by emailing Kerstin.Wachholz@kcl.ac.uk and make your online payment as soon as possible. UKAEL, NatWest, Code 56-00-13, Account No: 36623628. Payment at the door (by cheque or exact cash) is also possible should there be any places remaining.Fee: UKAEL members £15, general public £25, students £5



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