Brexit: A Constitutional Conversation for 2017

Date: Monday 16 January 2017

Time: 17:30 Registration

Location: Atlantic House, 50 Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2FG

Venue: Hogan Lovells

Speakers: Helena Kennedy QC, Charles Brasted (Hogan Lovells); Professor Paul Craig (University of Oxford)


Doughty Street Chambers and Hogan Lovells are delighted to host ‘Brexit: A Constitutional Conversation for 2017’.


As the Supreme Court prepares to give judgment in the most constitutionally significant case of its lifetime, the Brexit debate has raised public consciousness of constitutional law beyond Magna Carta and onto the front pages.


Join our panel of public law experts to consider – leave or remain – the implications of the referendum and of Brexit for constitutional and public law standards and for the protection of human rights in the UK. 


Baroness Helena Kennedy QC of Doughty Street Chambers joins Professor Paul Craig to discuss the key constitutional challenges of Brexit for 2017 and beyond.


Read more from Doughty Street Chambers on public law, human rights and Brexit, here.


This is an invitation only event, if you are interested in attending please email

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