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Britain without free movement of EU workers? The implications for law and business 

Date: September 12, 2017

2 Temple Gardens and Constantine Law are delighted to present an upcoming joint-event discussing the impact of Brexit on business and law, with speeches from leading figures in the fields of business, politics, law and academia. In addition, there will be expert legal input from barristers and solicitors, followed by a panel session and drinks and canapés reception.

Prof Catherine Barnard

Professor of European Union Law at the University of Cambridge

Professor Barnard is the Senior Law Tutor at Trinity College, Cambridge where she lectures on Employment and European Law. She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences on employment and European law issues. For more than two years she has written and spoken extensively on the implications of Britain’s departure from the EU and is frequently interviewed and quoted on the subject in the media. She is widely regarded as one of the pre-eminent thinkers in this field.

Dr Adam Marshall

Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce

In his role as Director General, Dr Marshall champions the interests of accredited Chambers of Commerce and their tens of thousands of business members – covering every size and sector of business, and employing over five million people in the UK. He continues to bring his influential voice to represent the priorities for businesses arising in the Brexit negotiations.

Dr Kay Swinburne 

MEP Elected as the Conservative MEP for Wales in June 2009

A successful career in investment banking and fund management equipped Dr Swinburne with in-depth knowledge of the global financial markets and led to her appointment as a Coordinator on, and now Vice Chairman of, the Economics and Monetary Affairs committee (ECON) in the European Parliament. Dr Swinburne has worked on various financial reform legislation including EMIR, MiFID II and CSDR and is currently the Co-Rapporteur for the EU legislation on recovery and resolution of CCPs.

The event will be held on Wednesday 11 October 2017 from 16:00-18:00 BST at Inner Temple, London.

Tickets can be purchased here.

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