Redesigning Extradition for Brexit
Date: Wednesday 15 December 2021
Time: 12.00 – 13.30
The Institute of European Law welcomes you to a seminar on the topic Redesigning Extradition for Brexit.
Dr Noreen O’Meara's paper discusses the redesign of the UK-EU extradition framework for extradition/surrender, considering its strengths and shortcomings, and initial judicial testing in the courts. This analysis is contextualised by the UK-Ireland extradition relationship, which faced the greatest impact under the new surrender regime.
Dr Noreen O’Meara is a Senior Lecturer in Human Rights and European Law at the University of Surrey, UK, and co-director of the Surrey Centre of International and Environmental Law (SCIEL). Her research cross-cuts aspects of Human Rights law and EU law, with current projects focusing on aspects of procedural rights and environmental law. Noreen is a visiting academic at Stockholm University, contributing to teaching on the Masters in European Economic Law programme at the Faculty of Law.
Please register by Tuesday 14 December 2021.
A Zoom link will be sent out to registered participants on the morning of Wednesday, 15 December 2021.
Associate Professor and Director of the Institute of European Law, Björn Lundqvist
Last updated: December 6, 2021