Conference Paper (unpublished)

Brexit and the Law School



Noto La Diega G, Carr S, Davies G, Dunn R, Jackson A & Piasecki E (2017) Brexit and the Law School. Brexit and the Law School, Newcastle upon Tyne, 25.05.2017-25.05.2017.

In May 2017, the Northumbria Law School organised a roundtable conversation on “Brexit and the Law School”, sponsored by the Society of Legal Scholars. This was attended by approximately 35 academics and practitioners from across the North East of England, to discuss the key implications of Brexit and future opportunities. The event was separated into four distinct themes. First, 'Research, Impact and Engagement: Research opportunities and challenges'. Second, 'Research, Impact and Engagement: Funding and engagement with external stakeholders'. Third, 'Learning, Teaching and the University Community: Curriculum development and the future of EU Law'. Fourth, 'Learning, Teaching and the University Community: The changing shape of the University community'. Also attached to the report is a conversation map of the discussions, with arrows indicating where ideas overlapped into other themes.

Brexit; Legal education; law school; eu referendum; withdrawal from the EU; EU law; higher education

FundersNorthumbria University
Publisher URL…Northumbria.docx
Place of publicationNorthumbria
ConferenceBrexit and the Law School
Conference locationNewcastle upon Tyne

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