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The Framework of New EU-UK Relations

On 4th – 5th March 2021 the DCU Brexit Institute hosted an event which constituted the book workshop preliminary to the publication of Federico Fabbrini (ed), “The Law & Politics of Brexit. Volume 3. The Framework of Future EU-UK Relations” (forthcoming with Oxford University Press).

Panel 1: The Process & Context
Chair: Derek Hand (Dean of the DCU Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences)
Michael Cox (LSE) The Evolving Transatlantic Relationship
Dagmar Schiek (UCC and QUB (Hon)) The Implementation of the Withdrawal Agreement
John Doyle & Eileen Connolly (DCU) The Peace Process in Northern Ireland

Panel 2: Economic Relations
Chair: Iain McMenamin (Head of DCU School of Law & Government)
Giorgio Sacerdoti & Paola Mariani (Bocconi) Trade in Goods
Niamh Moloney (LSE) Trade in Services
Catherine Barnard & Emilija Leinarte (Cambridge) Mobility of Persons

Panel 3: Security Relations
Chair: Paddy Smyth (formerly Irish Times)
Ben Tonra (UCD) Defense and Foreign Affairs
Edoardo Celeste (DCU) Data Protection

Panel 4: The Prospects
Chair: Bill Emmott (formerly the Economist)
Nicolas Levrat (Geneva) Governance: Managing Bilateral Relations
Brigid Laffan (EUI) Regulation: Divergence or Alignment?
Federico Fabbrini (DCU) Integration: Towards Concentric Circle Europe?

Final High-Level Debate
Chair: Federico Fabbrini (DCU Brexit Institute)
Sir Ivan Rogers (former UK Perm Rep to the EU)
Amb. Tom Hanney (Ireland Perm Rep to the EU)

The event report and full programme is now available

The recordings of the event are available on the Brexit Institute Youtube channel

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