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Christa Tobler talks in The Hague about settling disputes in the context of Brexit

On 13 February 2018, the European Law Expertise Centre (ECER) and the newly established Centre for International Law (CIR) jointly organised a Brexit conference on the practical implications of international and European law of the Brexit for the interpretation and application of the law in practice.

Christa Tobler, Professor of European Law at the Universities of Basel (Switzerland) and Leiden, spoke about the European law aspects of dispute resolution, in particular the principle of the autonomy of the Union legal order and the limitations arising from this principle for the design of dispute resolution models for EU treaties with third countries. These restrictions also arise in the context of the Brexit negotiations (exit treaty and possibly also the treaty on the future EU-UK relationship, depending on the content of this latter treaty).

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