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Legal experts on the implications of Brexit for civil justice

20 December 2016

The Justice Committee hears from experts in commercial and family law on the implications of Brexit for the justice system.

Witnesses

Tuesday 20 December 2016, Thatcher Room, Portcullis House

At 9.45am

  • Dr Eva Lein, Herbert Smith Freehills Senior Research Fellow in Private International Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law
  • Patrick Robinson, Partner, Linklaters LLP
  • Gary Campkin, Director, Policy and Strategy, TheCityUK

At 10.30 am

  • Philip Marshall QC, Chair, Family Law Bar Association
  • Dr Ruth Lamont, Senior Lecturer in Family and Child Law, University of Manchester
  • Daniel Eames, Chair, International Committee, Resolution

Purpose of the session

This is the first session of the inquiry, and will concentrate on civil justice matters. The first panel addresses commercial law, and the second will turn to family law. The Committee intends to address relevant aspects of criminal law and the legal services sector in future evidence sessions

Further information

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