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Brexit: The Legal Implications brings to notice the challenges, options, opportunities and possibilities that Brexit may bring in the legal areas. If Brexit comes to pass, what changes in the United Kingdom (UK) legal system will the world face when dealing with the UK?
The contributors to this penetrating new collection of studies – a worthy successor to the widely read pre-referendum Britain Alone – bring a prodigious level of expert scrutiny to the myriad of ramifications of this hugely complex subject. This book gathers together experts from different fields of legal practice and academia not only to discuss the ongoing negotiations but also – and most valuably – to highlight and address the legal implications of possible scenarios and solutions for a post-Brexit UK and European Union.
What’s in this book:
With topical chapters based on the Brexit Seminar Series held by the Centre of European Law at King’s College, the contributors examine the likely effects of the Brexit process in such areas as the following:-
Due to the unprecedented event that Brexit represents, there is an insatiable need for knowledge and technical detail as to its possible legal implications. This book establishes the required literature in this regard and thereby helps the readers in comprehending what lies ahead. In its thorough analysis of the ongoing Brexit process and the technical understanding of the meaning of Brexit for several substantive areas of law, this book offers a solidly grounded and revealing exploration of the future that is particularly enlightening in explaining the challenges that the UK legal order is facing as a consequence of Brexit.