New briefing paper on the
Retained EU Law Act 2023
The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Act 2023 is important to UK
environmental law because much of its environmental law is retained EU law.
This new UKELA briefing paper provides an
overview of the 2023 Act and its implications for environmental law across the
UK. Recommendations for the review and reform of environmental law are given.
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UKELA is for anyone interested in the place where law and the environment meet. From practitioners to students, we are a group of like minded people working together to promote a better understanding of environmental law and its impact on the world around us.
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Join us in-person to watch the Semi-finals and Finals for this year's Mooting Competition at No5 Barristers’ Chambers (London).
Hosted by UKELA North (online). Timings: 1pm to 2pm
Come and share in our cosy chat with Landmark Chambers (in person / London). Timings: 5.15pm to 7pm with drinks and networking
One of our strategic aims is to provide 'effective UK-wide influence' as an independent, expert voice.
Providing responses to government consultations, calls for evidence and inquiries helps us achieve this aim, via our specialist Working Parties.
Read our latest responses in our library.
The UKELA Annual Conference 2023 was held on
27-28 June (online) | 30 June to 1 July (University of Reading)
Find out more
Videos for Conference 2023 will be available for members later in the year
Members can watch all Conference 2022 sessions via the link