Tuesday March 8th at 10:30 UK/ 11:30 CET.
(Duration approx. 110 minutes)
The Society is delighted to invite you to a webinar touching upon the rights of the British citizens in the European Union after Brexit. The webinar will give particular attention to a specific case: Alice Bouilliez, a British national married to a French national resident living in France for many years, was refused the right to participate in municipal elections in her locality. Alice Bouilliez challenged this decision before the French courts, and after considering her arguments the French judge decided that her contentions should be considered by the Court of Justice of the European Union. On February 24th, Advocate General Collins will deliver his opinion to the Grand Chamber of the Court.
The case may be of considerable importance for the million UK citizens living in the EU. Have rights acquired as a citizen of the European Union been retained, discarded, or dissolved by Brexit? The speakers will include the counsel of Mme Bouilliez, an eminent academic and Advocate General Sharpston. We will have Ian Forrester as chairman and Sir David Edward will give his summation at the end.
The speakers for this event will be:
The webinar is open to all. Registration is free and the event will be recorded.
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