Commercial Human Rights in Post-Brexit Britain
6pm Thursday 29 June 2017 (registration from 5.30pm)
Followed by a drinks reception
The Human Rights Lawyers’ Association, in partnership with Hogan Lovells, is delighted to host a panel discussion on the implications of Brexit for commercial human rights.
Brexit has brought the importance of constitutional scrutiny of government action and legislation sharply into focus, and into the public eye. But Brexit will itself bring challenges for the UK’s constitutional framework. Looking beyond Brexit, our panel will consider the role and future of human rights law in the absence of the overarching legal constraints of EU law, which has come to be at the heart of many public law challenges. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to put their own questions to the panel for discussion and debate.
We hope you will join us for what promises to be a fascinating evening unpacking this topic.
Tim Ward QC
Gerry Facenna QC – Monckton Chambers
Jessica Simor QC – Matrix Chambers
Charles Brasted – Partner, Hogan Lovells
Register for this free event here