The Law & Politics of Brexit: Constitutional Challenges in Regional and European Perspectives

The Law & Politics of Brexit: Constitutional Challenges in Regional and European Perspectives


The Law & Politics of Brexit:
Constitutional Challenges in Regional and European Perspectives

April 20th - 21st 2017
Henry Grattan Building, CG86
Dublin City University,
Glasnevin Campus,
Dublin, Ireland

 

Thursday 20 April 2017

12.15 - 1.00pm Registration

1-2pm Opening Keynote Speech: Ireland and the UK After Brexit
Chair: Prof. Brian MacCraith, President of DCU

2-4pm Panel 1: Brexit: Politics, Process, Prospects
Chair: Robert Elgie - Professor of Government, School of Law & Government DCU

Kalypso Nicolaidis - Professor of International Relations, Oxford University
The Politics of the Brexit: The Transformation of the European Order
Discussant: Diarmuid Torney, DCU

Paul Craig - Professor of English Law, Oxford University
The Process of Withdrawal: How will Britain pull out of the EU?
Discussant: Stephen Coutts, DCU

Giorgio Sacerdoti - Professor of International Trade Law, Bocconi University Milan
The Prospects for the UK after Brexit: How can Britain trade with the EU and the World?
Discussant: James Gallen, DCU

4-4.30pm Coffee break

4.30-6pm Panel 2: Brexit and Constitutional Change in Regional Perspective
Chair: Iain McMenamin, Professor of Government, School of Law & Government, DCU

Stephen Tierney - Professor of Constitutional Theory, Edinburgh University
Brexit and the English Question
Discussant: Tom Hickey, DCU

Sionaidh Douglas-Scott - Anniversary Professor of Law, Queen Mary University, London
Brexit and the Scottish Question
Discussant: Gezim Visoka, DCU

John Doyle - Professor of International Conflict Resolution & Dean, DCU
Brexit and the Northern Irish Question
Discussant: Brenda Daly, DCU

6-7pm Matheson Dinner Keynote Speech: Brexit: A View From Private Practice
Chair: Gary Murphy, Head of School of Law & Government, DCU

Tim Scanlon, Partner at Matheson Law Firm

Friday 21 April 2017

9-11am Panel 3: Brexit and Constitutional Change in European Perspective
Chair: Stefani Weiss, Director, Brussels Office, Bertelsmann Stiftung

Deirdre Curtin - Professor of European Law, European University Institute
Brexit and the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
Discussant: Karen Devine, DCU

Michele Chang - Professor of Political Economy, College of Europe Bruges
Brexit and the EU Economic and Monetary Union
Discussant: Michael Breen, DCU

Catherine Barnard - Professor of EU Law, Cambridge University
Brexit and the EU Internal Market
Discussant: Roderic O’Gorman, DCU

11 - 11.30am Coffee Break

11.30am-1.30pm Panel 4: Beyond Brexit: relaunching the EU?
Chair: Flavio Brugnoli, Director, Centro Studi Federalismo

Marlene Wind - Professor of European Politics, University of Copenhagen
Brexit and Euroscepticism: Will Brexit be Emulated Elsewhere?
Discussant: Eoin O’Malley, DCU

Uwe Puetter - Professor of EU Public Policy & Governance, Central European University
Brexit and the EU Institutional Balance of Power: Toward a New Equilibrium?
Discussant: Kenneth McDonagh, DCU

Federico Fabbrini - Professor of European Law, DCU
Brexit and EU Treaty Reform: A Window of Opportunity?
Discussant: Graham Butler, Aarhus University

1.30 - 2pm Light lunch

2 - 3pm Concluding Keynote Speech: The Future of Europe
Chair: Federico Fabbrini - Professor of Law, DCU


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