Judicial Oversight of the European Arrest Warrant Post-Brexit; Practicalities and Politics

IIEA19th September 20171min
In his speech, Andrew Langdon QC will focus on the need for EU-UK cooperation on policing and security post-Brexit and specifically on the European Arrest Warrant. Mr Langdon will analyse the UK’s European Union (Withdrawal) Bill in terms of its content and provisions for parliamentary scrutiny, as well as the constitutional implications. He will also discuss alternate mechanisms for dispute resolution following the ending of the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the UK.

Judicial Oversight of the European Arrest Warrant Post-Brexit; Practicalities and Politics

About the Speech:

In his speech, Andrew Langdon QC will focus on the need for EU-UK cooperation on policing and security post-Brexit and specifically on the European Arrest Warrant. Mr Langdon will analyse the UK’s European Union (Withdrawal) Bill in terms of its content and provisions for parliamentary scrutiny, as well as the constitutional implications. He will also discuss alternate mechanisms for dispute resolution following the ending of the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the UK.

About the Speaker:

Andrew Langdon QC, Chair of the Bar of England and Wales, was called to the Bar in 1986 and took silk in 2006. He practices from Guildhall Chambers, Bristol. Mr Langdon was appointed to sit as a Recorder in the Crown Court in 2002. He is a bencher of Middle Temple. He was Leader of the Western Circuit from 2013-2015. He was elected Vice Chairman of the Bar in 2016.