Manjit Gill QC and Ramby de Mello to deliver seminars on Brexit and Article 50 in London and Birmingham

Mon, 30 Jan 2017

Following the Supreme Court's judgment to dismiss the Government's appeal to trigger Article 50, Manjit Gill QC and Ramby de Mello will deliver two seminars on Brexit and Article 50: The Impacts on the Constitution and on Fundamental Rights.  

Manjit and Ramby will consider Article 50 and the Supreme Court's judgment in Miller. They will consider the impacts on constitutional law, and on existing laws and fundamental rights in various fields.

These will take place in London and Birmingham:

The seminars are free of charge.  Due to the popularity of these events places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

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