The legal issues surrounding the process of Brexit are manifold. They are likely to be litigated soon. There has been no shortage of legal practitioners and academics who are contributed to this debate.
10th August 2016
- Full Fact – Can the UK change its mind about leaving the EU?
7th August 2016
- Oxford Business Law Blog on Legal aspects of withdrawal from the EU: a Briefing Note.
5th August 2016
- David Allen Green Brexit and the challenges of reality
UK Constitutional Law Association
- Negotiating Brexit: Can the UK have its cake & eat it?
- Is the United Kingdom a mini-EU?
- Article 50 and the political constitution.
- Constitutional Conventions, Article 50 and Brexit
1st August 2016
- Charles Banner, Landmark Chambers: Transitioning into Brexit
- Richard Turney, Landmark Chambers: Brexit, Article 50 and the Constitution of the UK
- Brick Court Chambers held a panel discussion to consider the implications of Brexit. The video can be viewed here.
- The UK’s “Constitutional Requirements” under Article 50 TEU: Richard Gordon QC, Brick Court Chambers
16th July 2016
- Charles Streeten, Putting the Toothpaste back in the bottle: Can an Article 50 Notification be Revoked?
- Annmarie Carvalho Brexit, a difficult divorce…
- Robert Brett Taylor, Constitutional Conventions, Article 50 and Brexit.
5th July 2016
- Public Law for Everyone On why, as a matter of law, triggering Article 50 does not require Parliament to legislate
4th July 2016
- Steve Cornforth Brexit and Parliament – will it ever happen?
3rd JULY 2016
- Law & Religion UK has a wide ranging review of many posts in Brexit Basics 2: update 2nd July
- Mischon de Reya Article 50 process on Brexit faces legal challenge to ensure parliamentary involvement.
- Paul Reid: Brexit: Some Thoughts on Scotland.
- The UK Constitutional Law Association Article 50 and the European Union Act 2011: Why Parliamentary Consent is still necessary.
- Alison Young: Brexit, Article 50 and the “Joys” of a Flexible, Evolving, Un-Codified Constitution.
30th June 2016
- Brietbart Constitutional Lawyers say Brexit not a “done deal”, can still be blocked.
- Public law for Everyone – Brexit: On why as a matter of law, triggering Article 50 does not require Parliament to legislate.
- The UK Constitutional Law Association: What would happen if the Government Unlawfully issued an Article 50 Notification without Parliamentary approval.?
- Phillip Allott Overlook the Politics – Brexit could also be illegal.
- The Law Society Brexit Briefing: Everything you need to know about Article 50.
29th June 2016
- Northumbria University – Professor Tim Wilson considers the constitutional position following Brexit
28th June 2016
- The UK Constitutional Law Association Brexit, the Referendum and the UK Parliament: Some questions about Sovereignty.
- Legal Business The referendum now poses a serious threat to Parliamentary Sovereignty.
27th June 2016
- BigLaw Newsline – Article 50: Can The EU Force the Pace of Brexit?
- Opinion Jurist – Avoiding a Rush to the Exit – Article 50 and the UK’s withdrawal from the UK.
- Oxford Commercial Law Blog – Brexit Negotiation Games
- Obiter J – Is it Brexit (3) – The role of Parliament under Article 50
- The European Parliament Briefing: Article 50 TEU: Withdrawal of a member state from the EU
- Jack of Kent Blog – Where are we now with Article 50: “decision”, “notify”, and devolution issues.
- The UK Constitutional Law Association: Pulling the Article 50 “Trigger”: Parliament’s Indispensable Role
- Geoffrey Robertson How to stop Brexit: get your MP to vote it down.
- Head of Legal on Article 50, and UK constitutional law.