The School of Law, Criminology and Government and the Student Law Society are organising a panel discussion on the effects of Brexit on the city and wider society to which everyone is welcome to attend.
We appreciate that many of us are tired of Brexit but it
will (and is) transforming our country. Universities and their communities can
be better informed on how it will affect our work and lives. Rather than having
a political debate, we will draw on investigative research and specialised
knowledge of our academics and community in a civil and informed discussion of
what lies ahead. Hopefully, this can dispel some of the myths surrounding this
fraught and uncertain process.
The panel includes: international relations (Dr Patrick
Holden), marine science (Dr Abigail McQuatters-Gollop), law (Jason Lowther) and media studies (Iain Lobb). We hope to be joined by other interested
organisations from the city.
As with Question Time panel discussions, please submit questions in advance to email@example.com so that we can draw on the panel and the researchers in the audience to help provide answers.
The event starts at 18:15. No booking is required to attend but please be aware that there will be limited seating available.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.