Public Law

The Prime Minister has asked the EU to extend the Article 50 Brexit process until 30 June. The EU27 will consider how to respond to that request at today’s Council meeting.

Christine O’Neill has a piece in today’s Scotsman providing clarity on what the legal process is, including what a Brexit delay would mean in domestic law.

Charles Livingstone

Partner at Brodies LLP
Charles works with a broad range of commercial, public sector, charitable and individual clients, advising them on public law issues including judicial review, human rights, information law and the powers and duties of local and other public authorities. He is named by Chambers & Partners in both Competition Law and Administrative & Public Law.
Charles Livingstone

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