The Supreme Court’s 2017 judgment in the Miller case, concerning the triggering of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, is one of the most significant constitutional judgments for many decades. In particular, it raises fundamental and far-reaching issues of constitutional law, many of which will remain relevant long after Brexit. In this College Law Seminar, Jack Williams, a barrister who acted for one of the intervening parties, will offer his perspective on the case. Jack studied Law at St Catharine’s College, and subsequently read for the BCL at Oxford. He is now a barrister at Monckton Chambers.