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Brexit update

12 September 2018

The summer months of July and August saw Brexit regularly dominate headlines in the UK press. Newly-appointed Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, Dominic Raab, making several trips to Brussels for talks with the EU’s Chief Brexit Negotiator, Michel Barnier.

Proposed regulation on European Production and Preservation orders for electronic evidence in criminal matters: good try but could do better

12 September 2018

The recent Commission’s proposal for a Regulation to introduce a European Production Order and a European Preservation Order for electronic evidence appears to be well intentioned, but maybe not well thought out.

September case law digest

12 September 2018

Advocate General Opinion

Is Europe failing migrant children in their access to justice?

5 September 2018

Upon arrival to the EU, migrant children face systematic barriers to their right to access justice.

Dublin: too much politics, not enough law-making?

5 September 2018

The talk of the EU’s so-called migration crisis has been constant for the last three years and migration has been high on the agenda at almost every recent European Council meeting.

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