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Today, three QCs, including Jessica Simor, UKLegalFuture Steering Group Member, have written an Opinion and a Letter to the Prime Minister saying that Article 50 is revocable.  You can read the letter in full here and the opinion piece in full here

Welcome note from Chair of UKLegalFuture

“UKLegalFuture is a group of solicitors, barristers and legal academics which aims to provide information, support and analysis to key stakeholders to ensure informed debate on legal issues concerning the future of the UK’s relationship with the EU and other trading partners.

Formed following the referendum result in June 2016, UKLegalFuture is led by a Steering Group, represented in Parliament by its President and Vice-Presidents and currently has around 400 members.

To date, UKLegalFuture has held a number of seminars and presented to parliamentarians and other groups, on topics ranging from the post-Brexit impact on customs and citizens’ rights to the mechanics of the Article 50 notification and the Great Repeal Bill. 

Our group plans to hold a number of further seminars throughout the Brexit negotiation process.  Please see below for further information on our members and our events.

Please do get in touch, if you would be interested in joining the group, attending our events or generally being updated on our future activities.  Materials from our previous events can be accessed here.”

John Davies, Chair of UKLegalFuture


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Our President AND Vice President

Dominic Grieve QC MP is our President, Maria Eagle MP and Lord Macdonald of River Glaven Kt QC are our Vice Presidents. Find out more.


You can access all the materials from our previous events here.

our steering group members

Find out more about the 28 members from across the profession who make up our Steering Group and provide the expertise and insight shared and discussed at our events.

OTHER work

See here for other Brexit-related work that our Steering Group members have been involved with.


We hold regular events at the Houses of Parliament and elsewhere with presentations and and panel discussions. Find out more about them here. 


Please get in touch with any questions, queries and/or suggestions below, or e-mail us directly. 



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