Whatever happens with Brexit, a knowledge of EU law and its principles has become increasingly relevant for a legal practice in most areas of law. Presuming Brexit goes ahead, the entire acquis of EU law will crystallise and become part of our domestic law on Brexit day, but subject to ministerial powers to re-write areasof law considered to be “deficient”. Lawyers wishing to challenge any unlawfulexercise of these Henry VIII powers will not only need to have a solid grounding in public law and judicial review but will also need to understand EU law on Brexit day, as well as EU law and its legal principles as they develop. And even if Brexit is halted in its tracks, there is an ever greater need now to understand EU law in cases involving both domestic and cross-border litigation.
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Find more information in the following flyer: EC Event 23.05.19
In Conjunction with the Scottish Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
TUESDAY 11 JUNE 2019 – 6PM – HILTON EDINBURGH CARLTON
The Franco British Lawyers Society has been holding this particular event since 1995 in Edinburgh London, Dublin and Paris. The choice of the seat of Arbitration is an important one, and many jurisdictions seek to attract arbitrations to their shore. This panel of experienced practitioners will highlight the differences and advantages of their particular jurisdictions
The Debate will be chaired by Brandon Malone, of Brandon Malone & Company
Date: 11th June 2019
Venue: Hilton Edinburgh Carlton, 19 North Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1SD
5:30pm – Registration
6pm – 8pm – Debate
8pm onwards – Drinks Reception
To reserve a place, please email the CIArb (SB) Honorary Secretary at: CIARBS@shepwedd.com
The 2019 London Legal Walk will take place on Monday 17th June 2019 from 4.30pm. As in previous years, the FBLS is keen on building a team and would like to invite you to join!
This is a unique opportunity to join more than 8,000 members of the legal profession to raise much-needed money for free legal advice agencies.
Please let us know (by email) should you wish to attend so that we can start building our team and for security purposes.
Limited tee-shirts will be available prior to the walk. You can pre-order one for £10 before 15 April 2019 by email providing your size (S, M, L, XL, 2XL) and your payment method (cheque, PayPal, Bank transfert).
We very much look forward to seeing a strong FBLS members’ mobilisation for this event.
The visit will comprise a hearing before the Court of Justice, followed by presentations from members of the Court including Judge Jean-Claude Bonichot, President of the First Chamber of the Court, Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston and Judge Ian Forrester, judge at the General Court. Lunch will be offered in the Court’s dining rooms and the visit will end with a tour of the Court’s buildings. There will be an informal dinner in central Luxembourg which all are very welcome to attend.
La visite comprendra une audience devant la Cour de justice, suivie de presentations par des members de la Cour, y compris M. Jean-Claude Bonichot, Président de la première chambre de la Cour, Mme l’avocat général Sharpston et M. le juge Forrester, juge au Tribunal de l’Union. Un déjeuner sera offert dans les salons de la Cour et la visite se terminera par une visite des locaux de la Cour. Un dîner informel sera organisé pour le soir du 24 juin.
Advance registration is required in order to comply with the Court’s security requirements. There is no charge for the visit.
Inscription gratuite requise pour répondre aux exigences de sécurité de la Cour.
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Reception to present the Franco British Lawyers Society’s prestigious Annual Award: the prix Champagne Louis Roederer
Jointly created by the Franco British Lawyers Society and the Champagne Louis Roederer, the prize is awarded to an organisation, law firm, in-house legal department, charitable organisation or individual that has demonstrated an “outstanding contribution to helping French women lawyers practise in London”.
Day and time TBC
More information to follow