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Brexit: The Likely Outcome & The New Realities for Ireland
Friday, 23 March 2018 5:30pm-7.30pm
AL G.30 Lecture Theatre, Áras na Laoi, UCC
Following on from last year’s highly successful seminar, the School of Law at UCC is delighted to host another update on the implications of Brexit. With Brexit scheduled to occur in just 12 months there is still little information in terms of hard facts surrounding the final outcome.
Citizens and businesses need to be aware of how Brexit will affect their everyday lives and how they can prepare for the inevitable changes that will occur.
Our speakers will address the likely legal and practical outcomes of Brexit and offer solutions as to how individuals and businesses can mitigate the effects of Brexit on their everyday work and life.
In particular the seminar will focus on the rights of individuals in Ireland post-Brexit and the particular issues that are likely to arise in relation to the border with Northern Ireland.
Our expert panel will attempt to provide answers to the key questions that individuals, businesses and lawyers are going to face next year.
Deirdre Clune MEP
Judge Anthony M Collins, General Court of the European Union
Dr Mary C. Murphy, Department of Government & Politics, UCC
Dr Vincent Power, Head of EU and Competition, A&L Goodbody
Register here to attend
There is no charge to attend this event, but advance booking is essential as places are limited. If you book a place, and subsequently find that you cannot attend, please cancel in advance so that your place may be reallocated.
The venue, AL G30 Lecture Theatre in Áras na Laoi, is located adjacent to the main UCC campus, at Gaol Cross. Details of the venue location and visitor parking are available here, with Áras na Laoi numbered as building 02. Please note that parking at UCC is extremely limited but there is a car park at Áras na Laoi which will be available on the night.
The School of Law reserves the right to substitute and to rearrange presentations if necessary.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 4903642 with any enquiries.
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