PLEASE NOTE THE REVISED DATE AND VENUE OF THIS SEMINAR

Friday 27 April 2018 at 5.15pm.

The Scottish Public Law Group is delighted to announce an evening event, being held at Room 301, McCance Building, Strathclyde University, 16 Richmond St, Glasgow G1 1XQ, on  27 April 2018 at 5.15pm.

This event is free and will attract 1.5 hours of CPD. To register click here: 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/legislating-for-brexit-in-westminster-and-holyrood-where-are-we-now-in-theory-and-in-practice-tickets-44910923782

While Brexit negotiations have moved drawn wider media interests onto the Brussels stage in recent months, the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill and the UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill have been steadily working their way through Westminster and Holyrood respectively. While these Bills are both raising interesting constitutional and legislative drafting issues for lawyers generally, they are also heralding potentially far reaching changes in the relationship between the two legislatures and their executives. Different ways of working are emerging as to how business is being carried out. It remains to be seen what kind of future changes we can expect as a result of the passage of these Bills and their handling. This event will look at how the dynamics and ways of working in Westminster and Holyrood are being affected and changed by the Withdrawal Bills and whether they may be changing established constitutional certainties.
Our speakers for the evening will inform us about these issues from their different perspectives. The speakers are:-

· Jack Simson Caird, House of Commons Library; and

· Prof Aileen McHarg, Professor of Public Law, Strathclyde University

Registration is from 17:15, the talks will start at 17:45 and the evening will finish with a drinks reception and opportunity to network from 19:15 to 19:45.

ALSO: SAVE THE DATE – SPLG 10TH Annual Conference – Monday, 11 June 2018 – Details to be announced shortly