Last year, after going viral online, Michael Dougan gave us a talk about how the Leave campaign misrepresented the facts and got away with it.
A lot has changed since then, and also nothing has changed. As I write this, the UK is scheduled to fall gracelessly out of Europe on March 29. Six days later, on April 4, he's returning with an updated talk.
Full title and blurb to be confirmed. Note that this talk is the first Thursday, not the second.
Michael Dougan is Professor of European Law at the University of Liverpool. He specialises in EU Law, particularly EU constitutional and institutional law, legal relations between the EU and its Member States, the law of the Single Market and free movement of persons/EU welfare law. Michael also contributes to wider public and political debates about European law: for example, providing advice to UK government departments, parliamentary committees and EU institutions. Michael is Joint Editor of Common Market Law Review – the world’s leading scientific journal for European legal research. He was awarded a Jean Monnet Chair in 2006.