Faculty member features at Brexit event
An event to examine what Brexit might mean for equality and human rights in Scotland will feature a member of Faculty as one of the speakers.
Juliette Casey, Advocate, will set the scene and look at the potential models of our future relationship with the EU at the event being staged by the Equality and Human Rights Commission Scotland and the University of Strathclyde.
Other speakers will be Clare Collier, senior managing lawyer, Equality and Human Rights Commission, and Dr Christopher McCorkindale, lecturer in public law, University of Strathclyde.
The event, on Monday, 13 March, at The Grassmarket Community Centre, Edinburgh, is free, and details for booking are here