On Friday 17 March 2017, Professor Robert Volterra will speak at a workshop at St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford on “Negotiating Brexit”. Robert’s subject at the workshop will be “The impact of Brexit on the UK’s trade with other non-EU Member States, and in particular, whether the EU’s negotiated FTAs with third countries will continue to apply to the UK or whether they will be automatically terminated following Brexit.” Robert’s co-panellists are Dr Lorand Bartels, of the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law, and Professor Dan Sarooshi, a barrister at Essex Court Chambers and professor at the University of Oxford Faculty Of Law.
The conference, organised by John Armour and Horst Eidenmüller, will bring together leading academics, practitioners and policymakers who are involved in “Negotiating Brexit”. The focus of the event will be the interests of the UK, and the discussion will explore how best to realise these in the ensuing Brexit negotiations. It will be split into three sections: ‘Brexit Stakes’, ‘Brexit Analytics’, and ‘Brexit Process’.
For more information on this event, please see the event flyer here.