The British Irish Chamber of Commerce (BICC) has published a framework for the continuation of trade in services between the UK and the EU post-Brexit.
Published 8 January 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to give British judges the power to overturn rulings of the European Court of Justice, The Times reports.
Published 18 December 2019
The number of business-related laws passed by Westminster every year has halved since the Brexit referendum, according to new research.
Published 3 December 2019
An all-time record number of solicitors in England and Wales were admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in Ireland this year, the Law Society of Ireland has said.
Published 29 November 2019
Confidence in the legal sector has dipped dramatically in the past 12 months, according to a new report.
Published 25 November 2019
The infamous ‘backstop’ is gone, but the new Irish Protocol could lead to the indefinite jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union within the United Kingdom, writes Oliver Garner of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law.
Published 31 October 2019
The implications of Brexit for legal practices is one of the issues being explored at a series of events taking place throughout Northern Ireland this week.
Published 29 October 2019
Former Taoiseach John Bruton has been named chair of the group tasked with implementing the legal profession's bid to make Ireland a post-Brexit centre for international legal services.
Published 28 October 2019
The human rights watchdogs north and south of the border have met to review human rights issues on the island of Ireland in light of recent Brexit proceedings.
Published 24 October 2019
The Court of Session in Edinburgh has delayed a decision on whether the Prime Minister has complied with a law that compels him to seek a Brexit extension.
Published 21 October 2019
The Court of Session in Edinburgh is considering another Brexit case – an attempt to stop the UK government from passing its proposed EU withdrawal agreement.
Published 18 October 2019
The implications of Brexit for asylum policy and for vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers in Europe have been highlighted in a new Lords committee report.
Published 11 October 2019
An anonymous litigant who failed to persuade the Court of Appeal that the UK cannot leave the EU if it results in the imposition of a hard border has lodged a petition for leave to the UK Supreme Court.
Published 9 October 2019
The Inner House of the Court of Session in Edinburgh has delayed a decision on signing a letter seeking an extension to Article 50 if Prime Minister Boris Johnson refuses to do so.
Published 9 October 2019
A legal action in Scotland seeking a court order to force the Prime Minister to write a letter requesting a Brexit extension in the event that no deal has been agreed between the UK and the EU has been dismissed after a judge ruled that it was not required.
Published 8 October 2019