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Monday, 17 February 2020

On Wednesday 5 February Professor Paul Craig FBA delivered the 2020 CELS Mackenzie-Stuart Lecture entitled "Membership of the EU: Formal and Substantive Dimensions" at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.

In his lecture, Professor Craig explained his preliminary investigation into the formal and substantive dimensions of EU membership.  In doing so, Professor Craig reviewed the experience of the processes of accession, and subsequently as Brexit progresses, withdrawal.  Furthering his analysis, he examined the relationship between membership, and differentiated integration.

The Mackenzie-Stuart Lecture, sponsored by Shearman & Sterling, is an annual public lecture hosted by the Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS) in honour of Lord Mackenzie-Stuart, the first British judge to be appointed to the European Court of Justice.

More information about this lecture, including other recorded formats, a transcript, the presentation delivered, and photographs from the event, is available from the Mackenzie-Stuart Lecture pages on the CELS website.


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