What are the implications of Brexit for the UK and Europe? After more than forty years of membership, the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union presents unprecedented legislative and constitutional challenges. In a public lecture given at the University of Auckland Law School, Paul P. Craig discusses the nature of these challenges and how they might be overcome.
Paul Craig is a Professor in Administrative and EU Law at Oxford University. He is an expert in administrative and EU law and is the author of The Lisbon Treaty: Law, Politics, and Treaty Reform.
This lecture was hosted by the Law School at the University of Auckland.
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