20 August, 2016
The Scottish Parliament, EH99 1SP, 2.15pm-3.45pm
This is a joint event with the Scottish Parliament as part of the Festival of Politics.
Join panellists Dr Kirsty Hughes, Friends of Europe; Brian Montieth, Leave Campaign Head of Press; Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, QMUL Co-director of the Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context and Professor Michael Keating, Director of Centre on Constitutional Change, to discuss the implications of the referendum decision to leave the European Union, looking at the legal process, the options for trading relationships, and the position of Scotland.
The panel is organised in collaboration with the Centre on Constitutional Change and the David Hume Institute.
Tickets can be booked online at: http://festivalofpolitics.scot/ and by phone: 0131 348 5200 or 0800 092 7600
Advance booking is advised to avoid disappointment.
An email confirmation will be sent to you when you book. Please bring this confirmation with you.
A limited number of tickets is available to be booked in person at the Scottish Parliament.
Unallocated tickets may be available on the day of the event from the Festival Desk in the Festival Café Bar.
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