ECBA Autumn Conference

Programme

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CONFERENCE REPORT
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CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONS (PDF)

Justice Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore of the UK Supreme Court

Northern Ireland, Human Rights and Brexit
Chair: John Larkin QC, Attorney General for Northern Ireland
• - Protecting human rights and equality after Brexit - the implications for Northern Ireland, Les Allamby, Chief Commissioner for Human Rights, Northern Ireland .
A view from south of the border, Derek Kenneally SC and ames MacGuill, Ireland
• Suzanne Rice, President of the Law Society of Northern Ireland

Legal implications of Brexit for instruments of mutual recognition – EAW/EIO etc
Chair: Oliver Kipper
Brexit: The Impact of a ‘No Deal’ on Cross Border Crime in Ireland, Michael Duffy, Barrister, The Bar of Northern Ireland
• Edward Grange, United Kingdom
• Caroline Morgan, European Commission London Office
Two paradoxes of the legal implications of Brexit, Rosa van Zijl, Netherlands

Practical Implications of Brexit for EU lawyers
Chair: Vincent Asselineau
• Victoire Chatelin, France
• Robin Lööf, United Kingdom
• Helena Raulus, the UK Law Society Brussels Office

Defending political crimes
Chair: Rebecca Niblock
• Tamara Buruma, Netherlands
• Angela Díaz-Bastien, Spain
• Alex Michalevic, Belarus
• Sören Schomburg, Germany

About us
Chair: Roland Kier
Vulnerable Accused Person Project, The Law Society of Scotland Criminal law Committee, Gillian Mawdsley
The continuing struggle for judicial independence and the rule of law in Poland, Mikolaj Pietrzak
• EPPO, Vincent Asselineau
• EAW Handbook, Alex Tinsley
Report on the most important recent ECBA Human Rights Committee's acitivities, Alexis Anagnostakis
• ECBA Spring Conference, Amedeo Barletta


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