Monckton Chambers is recognised as a pre-eminent set in all areas of EU Law. Members regularly advise and litigate on behalf of private sector clients, the UK and government departments, local authorities, NGOs, the EU institutions and non-UK clients including other Member States, and have acted in many of the leading EU law cases.
We can offer specialists at every level of seniority, from leading KCs with decades of experience to junior tenants, several of whom have worked within the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and other EU institutions. We are able to provide teams of barristers to suit every type of EU law case.
Many members of Chambers are qualified in EU Member States, meaning that they retain rights of audience at the ECJ and privilege to advise on matters of EU law even after Brexit.
UK-EU Relations Law
On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU. No longer an EU Member State, the UK’s relationship with the EU has altered fundamentally. Monckton Chambers specialises in all aspects of the new arrangements between the EU and UK post Brexit.
Members of Monckton Chambers have been involved in advice and litigation concerning all aspects of Brexit leading up to the new relationship between the UK and the EU. For example, members were instructed in the Miller and Wightman cases concerning Article 50 TEU and have advised a multitude of private and public bodies concerning all aspects of the Brexit process.
Members are now actively engaged in advising a range of private and public bodies on all aspects of the new UK-EU relationship, UK-EU Relations Law, inluding in relation to:
- The UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement (and associated agreements)
- The Windsor Framework
- The UK-EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement (and associated agreements).
Members of Monckton Chambers have launched a website and blog covering all matters related to UK-EU Relations Law, which can be viewed at www.eurelationslaw.com.
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