This incredibly pertinent new series follows the fall-out of the UK’s pivotal decision to withdraw from the European Union, otherwise known as Brexit. As politicians and academics work to discern what this historic decision will mean for UK Law, this series offers a library of information regarding EU Law and Union-derived national Law as it will stand on Exit Day, while remaining comprehensible to interested readers of any level. Each short-form book will discuss Brexit through its own individual legal specialism, providing expert analysis of the impact Brexit will have on different sectors which have long been dominated by EU Law. The series recognizes a need for academic debate around these legal and political disputes, and provides a single yet multifaceted resource seeking to expose, explore, and perhaps even resolve current and future issues.
Matthew Humphreys, Doug Munro
June 11, 2019
One of the principal arguments put forth by Brexit supporters is that by freeing the UK from the stranglehold of EU law, the country will be able to expand its markets through increased bilateral trade and enhance economic growth. This book tests this proposition by reference to the car industry....
December 13, 2018
Public procurement law, regulating public sector purchasing of certain contracts for goods, works and services, is an area of EU law which is closely intertwined with the UK's economy. It will almost inevitably be affected by the consequences of Brexit. At a time of significant uncertainty, this...
November 27, 2018
Focusing on the consequences of Brexit for aviation law, this book presents the key legal issues for aviation business and administration, as well as all major stakeholders that could potentially be affected by Brexit. This will include airlines, airports, aerospace manufacturers, regulatory...