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EU Justice Sub-Committee
Oral evidence session(s) announced
The EU Justice Sub-Committee is conducting a short inquiry examining the future framework for and potential risks to rights after Brexit. Amongst other things, the Committee will consider the impact of the loss of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the way in which standards relating to rights will be contained in any future agreement with the European Union.
If you would like to make a written submission please contact us.
Evidence given by Clare Collier, Director (Legal) Equality and Human Rights Commission; Colin Caughey, Director (Legal, Research and Investigations, and Advice to Government) Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission; and Dr Katie Boyle, Member of the Scottish First Minister's Advisory Group, Associate Professor in International Human Rights Law, University of Stirling
Evidence given by Marie Demetriou QC, Brick Court Chambers; Aidan O'Neill QC, Matrix Chambers; and Angela Patrick, Doughty Street Chambers
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
EU Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 7 May at 10.45am