• The future of courts by Peter Nicholson

  • 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

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Open letter supporting UK Lugano Convention application highlights Access to Justice concerns

An open letter signed by non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) and legal experts across the United Kingdom and European Union has been published calling on the EU to allow UK accession to the 2007 Lugano Convention.

Case law digest June 2021

This month we bring you the selection of several cases heard before the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU), in particular Facebook Ireland, Venezuela v Council and the Department for Communities in Northern Ireland (on settled status of EU citizens in the UK).

Surveillance Case Law: Key Developments

There have been two significant surveillance case law updates in May/June 2021: Big Brother Watch & Ors v United Kingdom and Centrum För Rättvisa v Sweden.

Cryptofinance: Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA)

The term cryptocurrency has entered our everyday parlance to such an extent that it seems almost unmissable when reading the news. The issue facing governments is, of course, regulation. How does one begin to regulate a market which is relatively ‘new’, highly susceptible to volatility and appears to change almost ...

National AI Insights: OECD and EU Commission Joint Report

Although governments have been aware of the need to utilise and implement AI, policies specifically relating to this are a relatively new phenomenon. As a result, there is a wide discrepancy between different countries’ approaches. In 2019, the OECD published five key AI Principles which were designed to act as ...

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