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Announcement: Roundtable on the Brexit Deal

The Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice in collaboration with EJIL and ICON cordially invites you to attend “The Brexit Deal: A Less Perfect Union or a More Flexible Compact? Assessing the Draft EU UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement” – A Roundtable (by Zoom) on January 14, 2021 at 9.30-11.30 EST; 14.30-16.30 GMT; 15.30-17.30 CET:  

The product of tumultuous political bargaining & intricate legal drafting, the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, agreed in principle at the end of 2020, aspires to chart a new course for the EU-UK relationship in the wake of Brexit, with implications for vast areas of policy-making.  The Agreement will be intensely debated and analysed in the weeks ahead.  In this roundtable a diverse interdisciplinary group of experts and scholars give their first reflections with a view to assessing the Agreement.   Fields discussed will include the law and economics of trade in goods, state aids, regulation and standards, energy and climate, the Ireland dimension, and the relationship of the Agreement to the WTO and other aspects of the parties’ external economic policies.     

Participants include:

Gráinne de Búrca, Jean Monnet Center, NYU Law School (Introduction) 

Joseph Weiler, Jean Monnet Center, NYU Law School (Moderator)

Meredith Crowley, Department of Economics, Cambridge University

Robert Howse, NYU School of Law  

Imelda Maher, Dean of Law, University College Dublin 

Daniel Sarmiento, Editor-in-Chief, EU Law Live & Professor, Complutense University, Madrid

Jesse Scott, International Director, Agora Energiewende (Berlin), lecturer Hertie School of Governance

Thomas Streinz, Executive Director of Guarini Institute for Global Law & Tech, NYU School of Law

Registration required. Please click here to REGISTER or copy-paste this link in your browser:   Upon registration, you will receive an email containing zoom details information.

With the warmest wishes,

The Jean Monnet Centre, NYU School of Law


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