A lawyer’s guide to advising clients in the event of a no deal Brexit
The sudden legal severance of UK law from EU law presents unique issues of interpretation for lawyers, whose task it will be to interpret and apply these rules in their new legal context, says Hogan Lovells’ Andrew Eaton
Brexit: Are we going to run out of time?
Politicians and academics grapple with Article 50 two-year deadline
Derby law student calls on EU know-how in bid to show government’s tuition fee policy is unlawful
Has Theresa May’s review come about because of his actions?
Top QC expresses fear over waning influence of British lawyers in development of EU law
Media doesn’t help by ignoring contribution by UK advocates, says Baroness Helena Kennedy
‘Fake news’: Theresa May takes credit for law that was actually made by the EU
Law students, prepare to cringe
Brexit Bill ‘weakens parliament’, Neuberger tells lawyers and City financiers
Supreme Court’s former president says parliament will be supreme ‘in name only’
EU law tutors reveal funniest case name mistakes their students make
Why write Internationale Handelsgesellschaft when you can just write International Handjob instead?
EU law academics seething after Tory MP requests access to Brexit lectures
He might regret it when they send over Factortame notes
‘Fake law’: Professor debunks claims EU legally bound to punish Spain for Catalan violence
Nearly 40,000 retweets for #SpainOutOfEU call, but lawyer says Europe constrained to stay out of these disputes
Brexit news: City heavyweights moot judicial panel for UK/EU disputes as former judge questions May’s ‘national story’ speech
Panel would not directly impact on national laws
Top QC renews attack on EU judges, days after husband BoJo’s controversial Brexit piece
Marina Wheeler may upset colleagues at One Crown Office Row
I watched ‘Brexit — The Musical’ at BLP’s office and it was actually really great
Who’d have thought Andrea Leadsom could be so funny?
Miriam González: Now is the time for students to get into EU law
Cash in on the uncertainty
Brexit will not happen, claims head of Durham Law School who said Article 50 wouldn’t be triggered
Don’t throw out your EU law statute books just yet
France to set up English-style financial disputes court and ‘hire people with experience in common law’
Paris eyes London’s legal crown
‘Brexit – the Musical’: Show written by Berwin Leighton Paisner EU law partner to debut at Edinburgh Fringe
Its characters include Boris Johnson, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn
Linklaters pens report on Brexit, tells government the process could be ‘overwhelming’
Adopt a principles-based approach to mammoth task
Brexit and the online world
On the anniversary of the historic Brexit vote, David Allen Green reflects on how social media has influenced the past year
What the hell does this election result mean for Brexit?
Social media rush as lawyers debate hung parliament’s impact
Tax QC turned Brexpert Jo Maugham won’t stand in general election
Devereux barrister won’t stand for parliament