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Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry

Inquiry

The Committee recommends that the Government should seek to maintain the closest possible
cooperation with the EU on family justice matters, and in particular to retain a system
for mutual recognition and enforcement of judgments.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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9th Report - Implications of Brexit for the justice system
Inquiry Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry
HC 750
Report
Response to this report
3rd Special Report - The implications of Brexit for the justice system: Government Response to the Committee’s Ninth Report of Session 2016–17
HC 651
Special Report
3rd Special Report - The implications of Brexit for the justice system: Government Response to the Committee’s Ninth Report of Session 2016–17
Inquiry Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry
HC 651
Special Report
Letter from the Chair to Lucy Frazer on the implications of Brexit for the Justice System, 29 November 2018
Inquiry Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry
Correspondence
Letter from Lucy Frazer QC MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, on the implications of Brexit for the justice system, dated 6 November 2018
Inquiry Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry
Correspondence

Oral evidence transcripts

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1 February 2017
Inquiry Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry
Witnesses Andrew Langdon QC, Chair, Bar Council, Simon Gleeson, Partner, Clifford Chance, Alison Hook, Co-founder, Hook Tangaza, Robert Bourns, President, Law Society
Oral Evidence
10 January 2017
Inquiry Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry
Witnesses Francis FitzGibbon QC, Chair, Criminal Bar Association, Professor Tim Wilson, Professor of Criminal Justice Policy, Northumbria University, Michael Gray, Founding Partner Gray and Co Solicitors, on behalf of the Criminal Law Solicitors' Association
Oral Evidence
20 December 2016
Inquiry Implications of Brexit for the justice system inquiry
Witnesses Dr Eva Lein, Herbert Smith Freehills Senior Research Fellow in Private International Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Patrick Robinson, Partner, Linklaters LLP, Gary Campkin, Director, Policy and Strategy, TheCityUKPhilip Marshall QC, Chair, Family Law Bar Association, Dr Ruth Lamont, Senior Lecturer in Family and Child Law, University of Manchester, Daniel Eames, Chair, International Committee, Resolution
Oral Evidence
British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) (IBJ0055)
Professor Tim Wilson et al (IBJ0054)
Linklaters LLP (IBJ0053)

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