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Professor Jill Marshall at the University of Ghent conference on human rights, 9–11 December 2015
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Protecting Human Rights of British Nationals in detention around the world: a view from the coalface, 4 May 2017
Ms Vicki Prais, Human Rights Adviser, Prisoner Policy and Human Rights Team, Consular Directorate, Foreign & Commonwealth Office & Prisoners Abroad
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Registration open! Human Rights Laws at a Crossroads: What Directions after Brexit?
This one-day event will obtain a panoramic perspective, looking to the pressures and challenges associated with a human rights landscape unsettled by Brexit, facing uncertainty regarding the domestic regime for human rights protection, and a Strasbourg system that has been reshaped, yet which remains under intense pressure
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Research workshop: The Future of EU Social Security Law
This workshop brings together leading experts in EU Social Security Law.
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The Future of European criminal law and policing after Brexit
This BREXIT FORUM will discuss the impact of Brexit on judicial and police cooperation in criminal matters. The speakers represent a broad range of perspectives, including academia, legal practice and policy.
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The Jan Grodecki Lecture: London, Luxembourg and Strasbourg (Canada, Albania, Switzerland, Norway…) – Where Next for the Common Law?, 11 November 2016
Sir Nicholas Green QC willl explore the issues and areas likely to come up in the light of any new UK-EU arrangement in the wake of Brexit and what this will mean for the development of the common law.
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The legal procedures in the context of the rule of law backsliding in Poland, 12 February 2020
Ewa Zelazna (Leicester Law School)
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The Miller Case: Brexit and the Constitution, 7 December 2016
An event organised by CELI to discuss the constitutional implications of the High Court's ruling on Brexit.
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Wishful thinking or common sense? Arguing for a new EU approach to unlawfully present migrants, 15 January 2020
Mr Alan Desmond (University of Leicester) will argue a common EU approach to regularisation of undocumented migrants.
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