After the EU referendum vote in 2016 and the start of the Brexit negotiations in 2017, the way EU law will be taught at law schools in the UK may change. The advent of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination may also herald a different approach to the subject.

Key points for consideration are likely to include:

  • the future of EU law as a compulsory undergraduate module;
  • changes to the content of EU modules;
  • the possible development of a new module focussing on the specific needs of UK based lawyers in relation to EU law;
  • incorporating international trade law; and
  • integrating aspects if the Brexit process as it evolves;

CEPLER and Institute of European Law are hosting a workshop for academic and professional colleagues to 're-imagine' the teaching of EU Law.

We would like to invite speakers for this one-day event.

Please send suggestions to Martin Trybus, Professor of European Law and Policy and Director of the Institute of European Law at Birmingham Law School, at:

Confirmed speakers include:

Alternatively, click here to register your attendance at this free event