Brexit

 

About the Inquiry

At its meeting of 19 December 2017 the Justice Committee agreed to hold two roundtable evidence sessions on the impact of leaving the EU on justice issues in Scotland.  The evidence focused on civil and criminal justice matters and covered:

  • family law
  • civil, commercial and consumer law.

Some of these areas could fall within the ambit of the Common Frameworks which are currently being discussed between the UK and the devolved nations.  The Joint Ministerial Committee (EU Negotiations) agreed a communique setting out a series of common principles that underpin the work of establishing common frameworks.

The Committee held round-table evidence sessions, on 30 January 2018, on Brexit and family law and on Brexit and civil, commercial and consumer law.

At its meeting on 30 January 2018, the Committee agreed to hold a round-table evidence session, on 20 February 2018, on Brexit and policing and criminal justice.

Evidence

Written submissions were received on Brexit and family law from:

Written submissions were received on Brexit and civil, commercial and consumer law from: 

Written submissions were received on Brexit and policing and criminal justice from:

Correspondence