• British young lawyers’ practising rights: how will Brexit impact the future in Brussels and beyond? by Siobhan Kahmann

  • The rule of law lies at the heart of being a solicitor by Simon Davis

  • Upcoming priorities of the new President of the Law Society of Scotland

  • European Elections - Comment from Sir Jonathan Faull

  • The CETA Opinion of the CJEU: Right of Access to an Independent Tribunal by Emily Hay

  • Brexit: where to next for the UK & EU?

  • 'What to expect from the 2019 European Parliament elections' by Nicholas Whyte

  • 'The Commons rejects the Brexit deal: analysis' by Jack Simson Caird & Ellis Paterson

  • 'CJEU confirms unilateral revocation of Article 50 is possible' by Alyn Smith MEP

  • Fork in the road: Brexit and the choice facing Britain in March 2019

Traineeship at the Court of Justice of the European Union

An unpaid traineeship of approximately 2 months will be available in the Chambers of Judge Christopher Vajda at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg from 19th November 2019 or at the earliest convenience of the successful applicant to 31 January 2020.

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British young lawyers’ practising rights: how will Brexit impact the future in Brussels and beyond? by Siobhan Kahmann

Siobhan Kahmann of Covington & Burling LLP (Brussels office) discusses how Brexit will impact on the practising rights of UK solicitors working in the EU in both a deal and no-deal scenario.

October case law digest

A summary of the most important cases from the Court of Justice of the EU.

Christine Lagarde appointed President of the European Central Bank

New appointment by the European Council introduces Christine Lagarde as the President of the European Central Bank.

Law Society of England and Wales submits its response to the inquiry on post-Brexit scrutiny of EU law and policy

The Law Society of England and Wales submitted its response to the European Scrutiny Committee’s inquiry on post-Brexit scrutiny of EU law and policy. The submission outlines its views on the different models for scrutiny of post-Brexit EU law and policy and their impact on the legal profession, as well ...

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