Brexit and the Future of European Criminal Law Workshop.
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This Workshop will be hosted on 17 January 2017 at the Technologie & Tagungszentrum Marburg, Software Center 3, 35037 Marburg, Germany (Room Pascal I).
After the Brexit vote, the relationship between the EU and the UK must be radically redefined. This holds also true for the broad field of (European) Criminal Law. What will be the legal and practical effects of the Brexit on EU-derived criminal laws? Will, can and should the UK continue to participate in the European system of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters? How will Brexit impact on European Institutions like Europol and Eurojust? This international workshop does not pretend to give definitive answer to these questions, but will bring scholars and students from various countries together for a brainstorming exercise, hoping for a fruitful dialectical exchange which might produce some ideas on a possible future after Brexit.
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