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Thursday 5th May 2016
The government has announced that the referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union will take place on 23 June 2016. In the event of a vote to leave the EU, this is likely to have profound implications for UK lawyers.
In this unique event held at a central location in London, Old Square Chambers brings together leading practitioners and distinguished professors of law to address the effects of Brexit on our legal system and on specific areas of practice, from employment and discrimination law to data protection and from free movement to public procurement.
Our speakers include: Professor Paul Craig (Oxford, EU Law), John Hendy QC, Professor Michael Ford QC (Bristol and OSC, Employment Law), Ben Collins QC, Professor Sue Arrowsmith QC (Nottingham, world leading procurement expert), Ijeoma Omambala, Dr Nathalie Moreno (Lewis Silkin), Phil Mead, Prof Tonia Novitz (Bristol, Employment), Nadia Motraghi, Prof Sandy Fredman (Oxford, discrimination) and Melanie Tether.
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