The close of the transition period on 31 December 2020 marked the end of the UK's participation in the European Union Customs Union and European Single Market, and the start of a seismic change in domestic law, with courts no longer bound by EU law or the EU Court of Justice.

Our Brexit webinar programme will help you keep abreast of all the areas of law and practice that are affected by the end of the transition period, with a broad range of on-demand content, and an extensive list of topics scheduled for coverage in the first half of 2021, with titles including:

  • Brexit: banking and financial services (2021)
  • Brexit for family lawyers (2021)
  • Brexit and corporate law (2021)
  • Brexit, contracts, and commercial law (2021)
  • Brexit and dispute resolution (2021)
  • Brexit and legal practice management (2021)
  • Brexit and tax update (2021)
  • Brexit and commercial property (2021)
  • Brexit and arbitration (2021)
  • Trademarks and designs following Brexit (2021)
  • Brexit and residential property (2021)

For more details see our full 2021 webinar brochure.

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