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Follow-up into implications of Brexit for the justice system

23 October 2018

The Justice Committee holds a one-off session to follow up the previous Committee’s inquiry into the Implications of Brexit for the Justice System.

Previous work

The previous inquiry, which reported in March 2017, considered:

  • Civil justice- including family law and commercial law
  • Legal services
  • Criminal justice- including extradition arrangements, investigative resources and information sharing.

This one-off session provides an opportunity to assess progress and identify urgent opportunities and concerns.

Witnesses

Tuesday 23 October in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House.

At 10.00am

  • Andrew Walker QC, Chair, Bar Council
  • Simon Davis, Vice-President, Law Society
  • Kate Gibbons, Partner (Finance and Capital Markets), Clifford Chance

At 10.45am

  • Lucy Frazer QC MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice
  • Paul Candler, Director, International and Rights, Ministry of Justice

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