This section contains a selection of submissions to Brexit-related inquiries, blog posts and event videos authored or organised by BIICL and Bingham Centre researchers.
- 'Outside the Debate? The Potential Impact of Brexit for Cultural Heritage in the UK', in Art Antiquity and Law, Volume XXII, Issue 2, July 2017, pp. 101-117, by Kristin Hausler and Richard Mackenzie-Gray Scott (subscription-based download)
- Submission to the House of Lords EU Select Committee Inquiry - Brexit: Deal or No Deal? by Dr. Jean-Pierre Gauci (Associate Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law) and Professor Robert McCorquodale (Director, BIICL) (October 2017)
- Submission to the House of Lords EU Internal Market Sub Committee Inquiry on Brexit (Competition) by Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen (Director of the Competition Law Forum and Senior Research Fellow at BIICL) and Dr Joe Tomlinson (Lecturer in Public Law at University of Sheffield)(September 2017)
- 'Brexit and Transitional Provisions: International Law Can Assist', Jean-Pierre Gauci and Robert McCorquodale (UK Constitutional Law Association Blog, 28/06/2017)
- Response to the Justice Committee inquiry into the implications of Brexit for the justice system - Civil Justice (November 2016)
- Supplementary evidence to the Justice Committee inquiry into the implications of Brexit for the justice system Civil Justice on the role of the CJEU in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (November 2016)
- 'Defending judges is not incompatible with press freedom', Lawrence McNamara (The Times Brief, 14/11/2016)
- 'The Rule of Law Must be at the Centre of Brexit', Michael Olatokun (Huffington Post, 10/11/2016)
- Bingham Centre statement on Art 50 High Court decision and invitation to the Lord Chancellor, (8/11/2016)
- 'The rule of law and press freedom', Lawrence McNamara (International Forum for Responsible Media Blog, 08/11/2016)
- Written Evidence Submitted to the Joint Committee on Human Rights Inquiry on the Human Rights Implications of Brexit (October 2016)
- Written Evidence Submitted to the House of Lords EU Committee's Inquiry on Brexit: parliamentary scrutiny (September 2016)
- 'Early Steps on the Long Road to the Brexit Referendum', Swee Leng Harris and Justine Stefanelli (UCL Brexit Blog, 16/05/2015)
The Article 50 'Brexit' appeal: The Rule of Law After 'Miller' - 6 February 2017
Post Brexit: The Fate of Commercial Dispute Resolution in London and on the Continent - 26 May 2016
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