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QMUL School of Law experts on Brexit

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.