Clare Hall Law Society would like to invite you to a lecture and drinks reception on Thursday 15 March from 6.00 pm in the Members' Private Dining Room in the Guildhall, City of London.
The speaker will be Thomas Sharpe QC, who will deliver a lecture entitled 'The legal ramifications of Brexit'.
Thomas Sharpe is a specialist in all aspects of EU, Competition Law, WTO trade disputes, UK regulatory proceedings and investigations and commercial judicial review. He has recently advised on many aspects of Brexit and acted in the Miller case in the Supreme Court. His practice covers litigation and advice in UK and EU cartel proceedings, abuse of dominant position, state aids, UK and EU merger proceedings, and extensive regulatory work (particularly energy, communications, and water) in price reviews and licence modification proceedings. He has a wide variety of British, American, German, French and Hong Kong clients involving frequent appearances in the European Courts, the CMA, CAT and UK High Court. He has also been called to the bar in Hong Kong and the Caribbean.
A graduate of Trinity Hall, Cambridge he holds degrees in Economics and Law and is retained particularly where complex issues of law and economics are involved. He brings considerable experience from having been (part-time) Executive Director of the IFS and holding various academic appointments in the UK and US latterly until starting to practise as a Fellow, Nuffield College, Oxford. He is a frequent lecturer and seminar participant and a past contributor to Halsbury's Laws (European Law), the LQR, CM LR, Eur L Rev and other legal journals and to symposia and published lectures in regulation. He is on the advisory or editorial boards of the European Competition Journal, Concurrences-Revue des droits de la concurrence, and chairs the board of the Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia.
The venue has been generously organised by Fellow Commoner, Graeme Harrower.
Members' Private Dining Room, 3rd Floor, West Wing
Corner of Gresham Street and Aldermanbury
Please collect a security pass from the West Wing Reception.
From 6.00 to 6.30 pm, tea and coffee will be served. The lecture will begin at 6.30 pm and will be followed by questions. From 7.30 to 9.00 pm, a reception will be held during which drinks and snacks will be served.
Dress code is business casual.
Please book to confirm your attendance at this event, preferably by 12 March.
If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact the Development Office at Clare Hall on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01223 332368.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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