Academics and students from Edinburgh Law School will be holding two events aimed at those with an interest in studying European Law, discussing the current issues faced by the UK and Europe following the UK's decision to withdraw from the EU (Brexit).
The decision made by the UK in June 2016 to withdraw from the European Union has created many issues and difficult questions as to how both British Law and European Law will need to adapt to reflect the new formation of the EU. Studying European Law has therefore never been more relevant or more essential to anyone wishing to pursue a career in a European legal, policy or political career.
Edinburgh Law School has revamped its LLM in European Law to cover key issues created by the forthcoming Brexit, and other current legal debates currently faced in Europe such as criminal law and immigration law. To celebrate the relaunch of the programme, the School will be hosting two events for anyone with an interest in studying EU Law, to discuss the current issues in EU Law and the importance of studying the topic in the current, uncertain future of Europe.
On 29th March at 5pm, Dr Leandro Mancano (Director of the LLM in European Law), Prof Jo Shaw (Salvesen Chair of European Institutions), and current EU Law students, will host an open seminar in Edinburgh to discuss studying EU Law in the current climate following the decision of the UK to withdraw from the EU.
No booking is required but further information on the event can be found here.
On 10th April at 12pm (GMT) Dr Leandro Mancano (Director of the LLM in European Law), and current LLM in EU Law students will host an online chat about the new look LLM in European Law programme and the new courses covering the latest issues surrounding Brexit, immigration and criminal law.
You can book a place for this event here.