When14 Oct, 2020: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
EU Relations Law is more than a body of formal rules. It has an institutional infrastructure that includes institutions for the interpretation and enforcement of that body of law. In examining this institutional dimension, the role of UK and EU courts is of particular interest not least because Brexit put that role and relationship under scrutiny. The seminar aims to evaluate this evolving institutional landscape and the tasks assigned to old and new institutions in shaping EU Relations Law.
Chair: Christopher Vajda, former judge of the Court of Justice of the EU
Professor Takis Tridimas, Kings College London – Enforcement and Dispute Resolution under the Withdrawal Agreement
Dr Emily Hancox, University of Cambridge – Interpreting and Departing from Retained EU Law Case Law
Dr Lorand Bartels, University of Cambridge – Enforcement and Dispute Resolution in the Future Relationship
Jack Williams, Monckton Chambers – Domestic Enforcement and Dispute Resolution