24 May with Leigh Day – sorry I can’t be there


A Seminar hosted by Leigh Day and Matrix Chambers: ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE POST-BREXIT

The second in a series of seminars


Chairs’ introduction:
Tessa Gregory (Leigh Day) and Kate Cook (Matrix Chambers)

Equivalence as a bottom line
Essential environmental functions of community institutions and the safeguards of the Lisbon Treaty
Richard Benwell (Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust)
A robust basis for environmental principles
Kate Cook (Matrix Chambers)
Duties on public bodies
Pete Lockley (11 King’s Bench Walk)

Format and functions of a new scrutinising body
Features and functions of a new body
David Wolfe QC (Matrix Chambers)
JR and an effective forum for enforcement
Carol Day (Leigh Day)
Animal rights and enforcement
Paula Sparks (A-Law) 


Date: Thursday 24th May 2018

Registration: 3.30pm
Event time: 4pm- 6pm (followed by drinks and canapes)
Venue: Matrix Chambers, Griffin Building, Gray’s Inn, London, WC1R 5LN

RSVP to Events@LeighDay.co.uk


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