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

  • David Greene, the new President of the Law Society of England and Wales, talks about his Presidency priorities

  • 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

  • Will the UK rely more on private international law in the future? by Michael Clancy

  • Canada, the most European Country oustide of Europe! - By Sam Ayoub

  • Back to the Future with the UK – EU future agreement

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A gift-box with disappointing contents by Jonathan Goldsmith

The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) – the Brexit free trade agreement, finalised just before Christmas 2020 – gives a shiny gift-box to lawyers. But, on opening it, we find that the size and wrapping have deceived us as to what is inside.

UK legal professions publish two guides on lawyers’ practice rights after the end of the transition period

The UK legal professions published two guides on lawyers’ practice rights after the end of the transition period. The guides cover practice rights of EU/EFTA lawyers in the UK, and of UK lawyers in the EEA and Switzerland.

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From conflict to consensus: the combative journey of the EU budget

As many readers may recall, the EU budget for the period 2021 – 2027 was provisionally agreed between the 27 EU leaders at the European Council summit held on 21 July 2020.

EU reaches agreement on the mandatory Transparency Register

On 15 December, the Council, Commisssion and Parliament reached a final political agreement on the mandatory Transparency Register. During the press conference, the representatives of the three institutions, Katarina Barley, Vice-President of the European Parliament, Danuta Huebner, Michael Roth, German Presidency and Vera Jourova, Vice-President of the European Commission in ...


Commission announces Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act

On 15 December 2020, Commission announced two long-awaited legal acts aiming at regulating the online platform economy in the EU: Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA).

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