We're delighted to invite you to join us for an evening of conversation and discussion on Brexit, legal disruption and its impact. The event will take place at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham, and will be followed by networking, drinks and canapés.
Professor Catherine Barnard is this year's University of Nottingham JC Smith Scholar. Catherine is Professor of European Union and Employment Law at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow and senior tutor of Trinity College. Working with UK in a Changing Europe, Catherine has been a leading voice in the Brexit debate. She has given evidence to a number of Select Committees and regularly appears on the radio and television talking about Brexit, including Question Time and Any Questions. We're delighted Catherine is joining us for this special alumni event.
This event will be led by University of Nottingham Professor Jeff Kenner, Chair of European Law. Professor Kenner is also a Vice President of the Global Campus of Human Rights, Venice and is an expert in the fields of European Union law, employment law and social rights. Together, they will explore the political, legal and policy complexities of post-Brexit Britain.
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