• A new ‘special relationship’ or a damage limitation exercise? EU–UK criminal justice cooperation after Brexit by Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas

  • Socio-economic diversity in the legal profession - a discussion with HHJ Brandon

  • Governing law, enforcement of judgments and jurisdiction post Brexit – where are we now? by Anna Pertoldi

  • ‘Brexit Transition and the Rule of Law: An Uncertain New World?’ by Dr Oliver Garner

  • Amanda Millar, President of the Law Society of Scotland, talks about her Presidency priorities

  • Black Lives Matter and the legal profession by I. Stephanie Boyce

  • COVID-19, Brexit and the Resilience of the English & Welsh Courts - Elizabeth Williams, Stuart Doxford & Tom Bowen

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Spotlight on the CCBE activities in the area of Criminal Law

The Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE), represents the bars and law societies of 45 countries, and through them more than 1 million European lawyers. Criminal law is one of the areas in which the CCBE is particularly active through its Criminal Law Committee which has been ...

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A new ‘special relationship’ or a damage limitation exercise? EU–UK criminal justice cooperation after Brexit by Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas

This article comes from the Editorial written by Professor. Valsamis Mitsilegas for the New Journal of European Criminal Law. It examines the relationship between the EU and UK following the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement and how criminal justice may be affected by the new provisions. Prof. Mitsilegas also provided ...

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European Data Protection Board publishes opinions on draft UK data adequacy decisions: Law Enforcement decision

On 19 February, the European Commission published two draft data adequacy decisions regarding transfers of personal data to the UK. The draft decisions declare UK data protection standards as “essentially equivalent” to those applying in the EU under GDPR and the Law Enforcement Directive (LED). If formally adopted, these decisions ...

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European Data Protection Board publishes opinions on draft UK data adequacy decisions: GDPR decision

On 19 February, the European Commission published two draft data adequacy decisions regarding transfers of personal data to the UK. The draft decisions declare UK data protection standards as “essentially equivalent” to those applying in the EU under GDPR and the Law Enforcement Directive. If formally adopted, these decisions would ...

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Data adequacy decisions for the UK: where are we?

On 19 February 2021, the European Commission published two draft data adequacy decisions which found that the UK’s data protection standards are ‘essentially equivalent’ to those within the European Union. The decisions, if approved, will allow for free flow of data between the EU and the UK. Data flows from ...

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