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The role of the CJEU in a post-Brexit UK: an Irish perspective

Updated: Jul 28

Patrick Fitzgerald BL


The jurisdiction of the CJEU in the British legal system is on borrowed time: either the UK crashes out of the EU in October bringing an immediate end to the jurisdiction of the CJEU or the jurisdiction of the CJEU will be prolonged to the end of the transition period. In these uncertain times, Irish legal history may provide some insight in reflecting on the ongoing legal transition process in the UK, in particular when considering the role of the CJEU in a post-Brexit UK.


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