Brexit Bitesize – SWALA update on the ramifications of leaving the EU

** Postponed **

Regrettably we have had to postpone the Brexit Bitesize seminar due to a lack of take-up, possibly due to the ongoing pandemic.  The seminar was intended to be a free event aimed at providing an accessible overview of the current implications of Brexit and to provide an opportunity to catch-up with colleagues.   We would still like to gauge the level of interest in trying to re-arrange this event and, if you would be interested in attending such an event  in the new year, please let us know by registering your interest by replying to this e-mail at admin@southwestadminlaw.org

Speakers and topics 

• Procurement – Laura Wisdom (Burges Salmon)
• Environmental and Planning – Nina Pindham (No 5 Chambers)
• Immigration (EU Settled Status) – Ashley Norman (Bevan Brittan)
• Competition – Matthew O’Regan (St John’s Chambers)
• Subsidy Control – David Owens (Bevan Brittan)

If this event is re-arranged, registration will be required even if you have previously registered to attend either the online or in-person event.

“Covid-19: regulation and redress”

SWALA held a free webinar on 29 April kindly hosted and chaired virtually by Polly Sweeney of Rook Irwin Sweeney LLP.

Speakers and topics

• “Regulating Covid-19: the danger of messy lawmaking through the lens of the right to protest” – Adam Wagner, Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers

• “When can you claim for lost income under the Human Rights Act 1998?”- Guy Adams, Barrister, St John’s Chambers

Date

Thursday, 29 April 2021

The video can he viewed here: