Alumni are invited to join us at Sackers in the heart of the City of London for the second gathering of our Legal Professional Network. We’ll be joined by experts in International Trade and European Public Law to discuss the profound legal implications of Brexit for businesses and individuals, taking an informative but accessible look at what happens next. There will also be plenty of opportunties for networking with your fellow Hull Alumni. Refreshments will be provided. To book, contact Jeni Weatherill on email@example.com by 12pm on Thursday 1 March.
Brexit, what happens next for Businesses and Individuals?
with Emeritus Professor Patrick Birkinshaw, Pauline Wade and James Turner QC
Sackers and Partners, London | Thursday 1 March | 18:00
to join us on the evening please book your place here
The implications of Brexit could not be further reaching, with changes to the way we govern ourselves, the way we conduct business with other countries, and the legal structures that protect our ways of living and working. Instead of going over the old arguments of leave and remain, we invite you to join us for a conversation about how we approach the future.
Director of International Trade, Hull and Humber Chambers of Commerce
With over 25 years’ experience of international trade, Pauline has considerable expertise in promoting international business opportunities across markets and sectors. Pauline has led over 60 UKTI sponsored Trade Missions and exhibitions and has successfully delivered several EU Funded Aid Programmes in the developing markets of Latin America, Cuba and the Caribbean.
James Turner QC
Barrister, 1 King’s Bench Walk
James Turner QC has over 40 years experience at the Bar. He has a wide and varied practice that encompasses all areas of family law, criminal law, medical disciplinary work and administrative law. He has appeared in over 150 reported cases, including a number of cases in each of his major fields of practice in the House of Lords or Privy Council. He took silk in 1998 and is a Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple. He is recommended in both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners Directory as a Leading Silk in Family work
Following on from our successful first meeting at Gray’s Inn, we are excited to bring this second meeting of the Legal Professional Network from a stunning venue, right at the heart of the City of London. We hope that you will be able to join us for an evening of networking and an interesting conversation covering the most pressing political and legal issue of the day: the aftermath of Brexit.
To join us on the evening please book your place by contacting Jeni Weatherill on firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm on Thursday 1 March
18:00 Guest arrival and registration
18:30 Networking over wine and canapés
19:00 Welcome from Ian Pittaway
19:05 Pauline Wade to speak
19:25 James Turner to speak
19:45 Audience Q&A
20:10 Further networking over wine and canapés
20:30 Event closes