Other Writing

Academic Writing

“Regulatory autonomy after EU membership: alignment, divergence and the discipline of law” (2020) 45(2) EL Rev 207-221  

‘The Transition’ in F Fabbrini (ed), The Law and Politics of Brexit – The Withdrawal Agreement (Vol. II) (Oxford UP, 2020)

 “After EU Membership: the United Kingdom in Transition” (2019) EJLS (Special Issue) 59-86  

“Regulatory Alignment and Divergence after Brexit” (2018) 25(8) Journal of European Public Policy 1099-1117  

Commentary

Transition hasn’t ended – its just getting started

Why the Internal Market Bill is both a rule of law and devolution problem

What does a UK Internal Market Mean for Regulatory Divergence in the UK?

Why is the Euroepan Commission Taking Action Against the UK Before the Internal Market Bill Becomes Law?

Can the UK Breach the Withdrawal Agreement and Get Away With It? – The UK Internal Market Bill

A Test for Sovereigny After Brexit

‘Brexternalities’ Article 50 and the UK’s grossly irresponsible attempt to export its own problems, Prospect Magazine

Advice and Evidence

Briefing to the Finance and Constitution Committee of the Scottish Parliament on The Concept of an Internal Market

Briefing to the Finance and Constitution Committee of the Scottish Parliament on the UK Internal Market Bill – the Market Access Principles

Briefing to the Finance and Constitution Committee of the Scottish Parliament on Direct and Indirect Discrimination in the UK Internal Market Bill – the Impact of Minimum Unit Pricing for Alcohol

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