#BrexitLawsuits Conference

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Interested in #ISDS in the context of #Brexit?

Join us @UniWestminster to discuss #BrexitLawsuits

Please email to reserve your place on 12 June 2017.



@iGlinavos on the BBC

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Following my article for The Conversation on #MarmiteGate, I was a guest on the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4 this morning.

You can listen to the whole programme here. My contribution is about 20′ in.

The clip with my contribution can also be accessed here.



@iGlinavos makes #Brexit news

If there is one thing you can say about Brexit is that it has kept us busy.

Here is a summary of my “media engagement” as the University likes to call it, since Britain voted for “glorious independence”.


I wrote a piece for The Conversation on the consequences of Brexit on the TTIP negotiations that you can access here.


I appeared on ΣΚΑΙ radio, invited by Nikos Andritsos to speak about the consequences of the Brexit vote. You can listen to the audio (in Greek) here.


An interview I gave on the future of EU trade negotiations appeared on German Focus magazine. Read here (in German).


Finally, Raconteur magazine ran a piece on Brexit based in large part to an interview I had with them. See here for the full article.



Conference on the Economic Crisis at the University of Westminster (17.09.15)

(click here for the University Conference page)

Westminster Law School will organise a one-day conference on the economic crisis, to be held in London in September 2015. The aim of the conference is to gather high quality research on the impacts of legal reforms in response to the crisis on economic rights. The aim of this enquiry is to delineate the boundary between individual freedoms and social objectives in seeking legal answers to the challenges of global and regional economic governance.

We invite submissions from academics and practitioners on all aspects of economic related rights in European and International Law. Papers covering the following topics are particularly welcome:

  • The Sovereign Debt Crisis
  • Investor actions in national and international courts and tribunals
  • The impact of increased EU competences on national economies
  • The evolving powers of the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve
  • Austerity and conditionality

Interested authors should submit an extended, detailed abstract in PDF format to Dr Ioannis Glinavos i.glinavos@westminster.ac.uk by 1 August 2015. The authors of accepted papers will be informed by email by 15 August 2015. Accepted papers will be considered for publication in a special issue of the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law.

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