Conference 13/10/2017: Brexit, the Repeal Bill and the Environment

UKELA have sent out the following notice about  the following , and very important it is too as the Tories appear to be going for the regulation slash and burn approach and we all know what that did the the Amazon

Please join us in London on 13 October for a half day conference on the Repeal Bill and the Environment.  Kindly hosted by 39 Essex Chambers and supported by the Economic and Social Research Council, this event will look at the environmental law challenges in the run up to Brexit.  A host of expert speakers including Defra’s legal directors will update on the current key issues.

Chaired by Lord Carnwath and featuring a keynote address by UKELA Patron and Chair of E3G Tom Burke, this event is a must attend conference for anyone seeking to understand better the challenges ahead.

Find out more, including how to book via our website.

UKELA’s reports on Brexit and Environmental Law 

UKELA has just published the first two in a series of reports on Brexit and Environmental Law. ‘Exit from the Euratom Treaty and its Environmental Implications’ focuses on questions of safety, the protection of human health and the environment raised by ‘Brexatom’. The second, ‘Enforcement and Political Accountability Issues’ highlights the need for effective mechanisms to hold government and public authorities to account for their environmental law responsibilities after Brexit. For more information about these and our forthcoming reports, visit our Brexit Blog.

We look forward to welcoming you along to the Conference.  Please note that we hope to offer the option to join via a webex link for those unable to travel to London – further details will be available shortly.

More information and book here