After almost three years of work with the KSLR Commercial & Financial Law Blog — of which one and a half as Editor-in-Chief — it is with sadness that I announce that competing work committments force me to step down from the editorial board effective from 1st February. I leave the blog in the competent hands of the KSLR editors.
I am extremely proud of the goals that the Blog has achieved. Last year we doubled the number of posts published, created a LinkedIn page, and the “Reporter” position, issued numerous calls for papers, set up the “Latest Focus” and “Events Bulletin” sections, and doubled the number of FB followers.
For all of these achievement, I am thankful to both my amazing team for their terrific work and to all of you for your support!
Keep following the Blog and good luck to the new Editors!
Leonardo Pasqui, Erasmus + Trainee at King’s College London
The text below is a report of the Young European Lawyers (YEL) event, held at King’s College London (KCL) on 19 October 19 2018. The event was introduced by Professor Andrea Biondi, Director of the KCL Centre of European Law. The panel included Dr Maria Laura Marceddu, Dr Simon Tans, and Dr Gabriele Gagliani
The three speakers discussed the uncertainties arising out of Brexit in trade related fields: the future relations of the United Kingdom (UK) with the European Union (EU), the freedom of movement of workers, and the rules on intellectual property.
At the outset, the speakers clarified that they acknowledge and respect the will of the British people to leave the EU. Their presentations should thus be read as neutral legal considerations of the consequences of the Brexit vote. Continue reading
We made it! In the academic year 2017-18, the KSLR Commercial & Financial Law Blog has doubled the number of posts published compared to the previous year!
A big THANK YOU to all of our contributors and followers!
We’ll keep up the good work!
The KSLR Commercial & Financial Law Blog Team