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International Law Journal Symposium
Start Date: 2/27/2017Start Time: 12:00 AM
End Date: 2/27/2017End Time: 7:00 AM

Event Description:
International Law Journal Symposium
EU Law With the UK
EU Law Without the UK

Monday, 27 February 2017
10:30 a.m. | check-in & coffee
10:50 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. | program, including lunch
Reception to follow

Fordham Law School
150 W 62nd Street | Costantino Room

Antoine Ripoll, Director, European Parliament Liaison Office with the US Congress

Susanne Augenhofer | Humboldt University of Berlin
Susan Block-Lieb|Fordham University School of Law
Frank Emmert | Indiana University
Martin Gelter | Fordham University School of Law
Niamh Moloney | London School of Economics
Giorgio Monti | European University Institute
Fernanda Nicola | American University, European University Institute

Julie Suk | Cardozo School of Law
Kurt Wimmer | Covington and Burling, Privacy Law

The vote of the United Kingdom electorate in favor of exit from the European Union was arguably influenced by the UK's distinct culture and history, both of which set it apart from the European Continent with respect to legal and regulatory policies. In many areas of the law, the British voice in negotiations on EU law has driven EU policy away from paths that it might have otherwise taken, or it has prevented European harmonization that may otherwise have happened. In other areas, Britain was the driving force behind EU law policies and has created the impetus for EU action that otherwise would not have happened.

This symposium, co-sponsored by the Fordham Center on European Union Law and the Fordham International Law Journal, will not explore Brexit as such, but will seek to trace the influence of the UK on key regulatory policies. Contributors will give assessments in their areas of law whether and how the UK has influenced EU policies, speculate about what EU law might have been without the UK's membership, and explore the consequences Brexit is likely to have on these areas.

Online registration is now closed. Please register at the door.

co-sponsored by Fordham International Law Journal and Center on European Union Law

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