Brexit, criminal justice and the future for cross-border cooperation


Brexit, criminal justice and the future for cross-border cooperation

A webinar presented by the IBA Criminal Law Committee

27 APR 2021 1700 - 1815 BST

On 1 January 2021, the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union took full effect.

Drawing on the expertise and experience of lawyers practicing in the UK and the EU, this webinar will consider key cross-border criminal justice issues and how they have been changes by Brexit, including:

  • The implications for those subject to sanctions and restrictive measures regimes
  • Interpol notices
  • European arrest warrants
  • Extradition requests
  • Mutual legal assistance requests

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IBA members should use the email address you have on file with the IBA to register for this webinar if you require a certificate of attendance, please make enquiries at webinars@int-bar.org.


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William Julié
William Julié Avocats, Paris; International Criminal Law Officer, IBA Criminal Law Committee

Ross Dixon
Hickman & Rose, London; Treasurer, IBA Criminal Law Committee

Holly Gallagher
CPS Liaison Magistrate, Paris

Hugo Keith QC
3 Raymond Buildings, London

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Lorenzo Salazar
Deputy Prosecutor General to the Court of Appeal, Naples

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Melinda Taylor
International Criminal Court, The Hague; Co-Vice Chair, IBA Human Rights Law Committee