Browsing Department of Law by Subject "Brexit"
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(Other)This article discusses the approach to wildlife protection post-Brexit
(Book chapter)In June 2016, the inconceivable happened. After a campaign dominated by xenophobia, misrepresentations, chicanery, outright lies and fear-mongering, the British public voted by a thin margin in a referendum to leave the ...
(Article)This paper examines the impact of a ‘no deal’ or ‘hard’ Brexit on the recognition of insolvency proceedings commenced in the UK by the remaining Member States of the European Union (‘EU’) post-Brexit. The paper considers ...