3rd June 2013
Organised in conjuction with:
The Ministry of Justice and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law would like to invite you to an event examining the scope and nature of the EU's power to act on matters of civil judicial cooperation, part of the EU Balance of Competences Review.
The Review is an audit of what the EU does, and how it affects government and the general public in the UK. The Civil Judicial Cooperation Review is led by the Ministry of Justice and seeks evidence of where competence lies and what that means for UK interest.
The format of the event will be a plenary session followed by group discussion, and then a number of themed workshops for you to continue the debate. Note-takers will record oral evidence, which will be shared with attendees after the event to confirm accuracy.
Plenary 9.00 - 10.30
Alexander Layton, 20 Essex Street
Jonathan Harris, Serle Court & King's College London
Marie Louise Kinsler, 2 Temple Gardens
Felicity Toube, South Square
Coffee and Networking 10.30 - 11.00
Workshops 11.00 - 13.30
You can also provide written responses to the Call for Evidence at a later stage via email@example.com or in hard copy to MoJ at Ministry of Justice, 102 Petty France, SW1H 9AJ. You can also share your thoughts about #BOCreview on Twitter @MojGovUK
If you are unable to attend this event but would like to be involved at a later stage, there are a number of further events planned in June and July for which you can register your interest. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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