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valsamis mitsilegas profile image Professor Mitsilegas cited in Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Report
5 May 2021

Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas's oral evidence has been cited extensively in a recent Report published by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.

valsamis mitsilegas profile image Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas' work cited by Advocate General of the Court of Justice
30 March 2021

Professor Mitsilegas was also cited by the the House of Lords EU Committee.

EU and Union Jack waving in front of Big Ben Dr Davor Jancic speaks at policy event on UK-EU parliamentary cooperation
9 March 2021

The event was hosted by the Institute for the Study of European Law at the City Law School.

A digital image of a padlock surrounded by fragmented glass on a purple background Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas presented evidence to two parliamentary committees
14 January 2021

He spoke on the impact of the EU-UK post-Brexit Trade and Co-operation Agreement on law enforcement and security co-operation

EU and Union Jack split diagonally by a crack Why Britain should allow the UK and EU Parliaments to talk after Brexit
20 May 2020

Dr Davor Jancic has written a piece for the LSE Brexit Blog arguing the UK Government's position breaks with a tradition of inter-parliamentary co-operation that long predates the EU

Satellite image of Europe at night Post Brexit challenges for criminal justice co-operation
3 April 2020

Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas has written a blog for UK in a Changing Europe about the partnership on security and criminal justice co-operation being a key priority for both the UK and the EU after Brexit.

UK and Irish flags Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas gives evidence to British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly
11 October 2019

Valsamis Mitsilegas, Professor of European Criminal Law and Global Security at Queen Mary, gave evidence to the European Affairs Committee of the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly at its session on October 11.

Brexit will lead to more EU law for UK’s criminal justice systems, according to new report
20 September 2018

Future EU-UK cooperation on security and criminal justice is dependant on the extent to which the UK complies with key EU law standards according to a new report by a taskforce from Queen Mary’s School of Law and the Centre for European Policy Studies.

Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to Brexit judgement
3 November 2016

Constitutional and EU law specialist Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to high court ruling that parliament must vote on triggering Article 50.

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