This event is part of a series of free public events running across Scotland in Summer 2018, titled JRS Spark: Brexit and Scotland in a Nutshell. These events, funded by the Clark Foundation for Legal Education, aim to encourage informed public debate on the consequences of Brexit and specifically whether, and how, Scots law may be transformed by it, by inviting panels of academics and legal experts to briefly share their thoughts, and then invite questions and debate from the audience.
This event is co-sponsored by GRAMNet, The Civil Society Brexit Project (run by SULNE and HRCS) and JRS. It will be hosted by the University of Glasgow Law School, as part of Refugee Festival Scotland 2018 and will focus on migration, and the rights of EEA nationals and refugees in Scotland.
Our confirmed speakers include: Dr Maria Fletcher, Senior Lecturer, University of Glasgow School of Law, Ms Sarah Craig, Senior Lecturer, University of Glasgow School of Law, and Dr Sarah Kyambi of the Dept of Politics and International Relations at the University of Edinburgh.
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