Bar Council and Law Society representatives give evidence
10 January 2017
The EU Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence from Mr David Greene, Dr Helena Raulus, Mr Tim Scott QC and Mr Hugh Mercer QC as part of its inquiry on civil justice cooperation and the CJEU.
- Parliament TV: Brexit: civil justice cooperation and the CJEU
- Inquiry: Brexit: civil justice cooperation and the CJEU
- EU Justice Sub-Committee
Tuesday 10 January in Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster
- Mr David Greene of Edwin Coe LLP, Chair of the Law Society's Legal Affairs and Policy Board
- Dr Helena Raulus, Law Society's EU Internal Market Policy Adviser
- Mr Tim Scott QC, leading practitioner in family law based at 29 Bedford Row and member of Bar Council
- Mr Hugh Mercer QC, member of Essex Court Chambers and member of Bar Council
Topics for discussion
Representatives from the Law Society and the Bar Council give evidence to the Members of the EU Justice Sub-Committee as it continues taking evidence in its ongoing Brexit related inquiry into Civil Justice Cooperation and the Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Members hope to hear the legal profession's views on the importance and value of EU Civil Justice legislation designed to foster cross-border cooperation in the field of civil and family, and to explore the alternative mechanisms under which existing cooperation can be maintained once the UK leaves the EU.