Monthly Archives: July 2016

ESO (European Sources Online)

ESO logoESO (European Sources Online) is a comprehensive source of European information which is updated on a daily basis by the hard working people at Cardiff EDC. Check out their News and Analysis section to keep informed about all things EU.

Here’s a few recent UK House of Commons publications dealing with different aspects of Brexit, brought to our attention by ESO:

Equipping the Government for Brexit

Brexit – implication for pensions (pdf)

Brexit and local government (pdf)

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Law School Blog Articles on Brexit

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Staff in the University of Aberdeen Law School have produced a couple of blog posts discussing some of the wider implications of Brexit. See below for links.

Jonathan Fitchen has written a piece entitled Brexit and EU private international law: cross-border judgments – unintended consequences

and Scott Styles has written What is sufficient to constitute an Article 50 decision to leave the EU?

There are many more interesting articles on this blog so do check it out.

 

Stay up to date on European Court of Justice decisions with the CVRIA app

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Do you need to stay up to date on the work of the Court of Justice of the European Union? This handy app provides easy access to the latest decisions of the Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal, as well as the latest press releases.

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EU Referendum Result: Initial Reaction from the University

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The result of the EU Referendum has generated a great deal of uncertainty as to what the implications will be for university students and staff across the country. The University of Aberdeen’s Principal, Ian Diamond, has written a message in an attempt to address some of the initial concerns you may have. In addition to this, a brief list of updates from government and official bodies concerned with EU research funding has been compiled. Please find links below for your information.

EU Referendum – message from the Principal

Information for researchers involved with EU funded projects