On 28 February 2020 the Queen Mary University of London will host the first of four public AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) workshops on Private International Law after Brexit.
The workshop will focus on the Development of Private International Law in the UK post Brexit.
The issue will be addressed from four key perspectives: Global – by Professor Trevor Hartley LSE; Commonwealth – by Professor David McClean, University of Sheffield; EU/EEA – by Michael Wilderspin – Commission Legal Service, and Intra-UK – by Dr Kirsty Hood QC, Faculty of Advocates, Scotland.
The workshop will also hear from the organisers of this AHRC Research Network, Professor Paul Beaumont, University of Stirlingand dr Mihail Danov, University of Exeter (who will report on his English pilot study). Furthermore, some empirical research findings will be shared by Professor Sophia Tang, University of Newcastleand dr Jayne Holliday, University of Stirling.
The organisers invite persons interested in advising on the development of the Research Network to stay for an informal meeting to be held at the end of the workshop.
The event is free and open to all, but registration is required because spaces are limited.
More on the event can be found here.