In our free report, Continental Shift: Brexit and the Law, we take a comprehensive look at what Brexit could mean for lawyers across over 20 different areas of legal practice and also present expert views from 13 key jurisdictions around the world. You can download the full report here.
As immigration continues to dominate the headlines we have released the following two ‘mini-reports’ (extracted from our complete guide):
Report 1: Immigration aspects of Cameron’s EU settlement
Dr Charlotte O’Brien, senior lecturer at York Law School, breaks down the
significant immigration aspects of David Cameron’s recent EU deal. She
also considers when and how these changes would be implemented, and
which could be particularly controversial and subject to challenge.
Report 2: Leave or Remain? What the EU referendum means for immigration lawyers
Dr Catherine Taroni, legal associate at Richmond Chambers, looks at
the possible impact of the referendum on immigration lawyers and their