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Brexit on the fight against economic crimes

Michael Bowes QC is due to speak at an upcoming conference discussing the effects of Brexit on the fight against economic crimes.

The fully-booked event, run by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, takes place on Wednesday, 31st January 2018, in London, UK.

The organisers announce that the conference seeks to address a number of topical issues, “including the kind of challenges Brexit poses for the UK in terms of tackling economic crimes domestically and internationally; the kind of tools that the UK will have at its disposal after Brexit; how the UK’s legal framework will be impacted by Brexit; the EU’s stance on judicial cooperation in criminal matters with the UK after Brexit; whether Brexit will require the UK to negotiate and sign an agreement on judicial cooperation in criminal matters with the EU; and the kind of structural and institutional arrangements that will help the UK be better equipped to address economic crimes after Brexit”.

The event flyer is available to see here.

Events, News 26 Jan, 2018


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