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ICEL-CDPB BREXIT CONFERENCE

 

This conference will examine the legal consequences of a Brexit.  The ICEL is co-hosting it with the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building, a neutral body set up to share the values and principles of democracy in order to build peace, stability and reconciliation

Programme available here.

Friday 26th February 13:00 – 16:30 (Registration 12:30)

Europa Hotel, Belfast

3 CPD Points

Confirmed speakers and topics

  • Sir David Edward, former judge of the ECJ – The alternatives to membership of the EU
  • Brian Doherty, Former head of the Northern Irish Government Legal Service (devolved) - The devolution settlement and Brexit
  • John Temple Lang, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP - The inevitable creation of a customs and immigration frontier
  • John Larkin QC, Attorney General for Northern Ireland - The impact of Brexit on human rights protection – the Northern Ireland perspective
  • Clare Archbold, Legal Advisor to the Department of Justice for Northern Ireland - Extradition and cross border criminal co-operation

Please note that due to other committments Jackie Minor and Les Allemby will not speak at the conference.

Registration is now open. The conference costs £30/€40 for all and a number of free places are reserved for students and newly qualified lawyers.

 

 

 

News & Events

The next ICEL event is a examination of Brexit and citizenship in Belfast on 25th September. Click here for details.

 

The ICEL EPA conference returns on 26th October.  Click here for details.

 

The full autumn calendar of events will be announced shortly.

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