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Police and judicial cooperation after Brexit

Former Attorney General, Dominic Grieve QC, and Prof Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, discuss the loss of the European Arrest Warrant (and "surrender" provisions in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement that have substituted for it) as well as Europol, Eurojust, and access to law enforcement databases such as SIS II, the Visa Information System, Eurodac (the EU asylum fingerprint database), Prüm, ECRIS (European criminal records information system) and others.


Analysis extends to mutual recognition of judgments (in civil law matters), aspects of the trade agreement and Erasmus.


The discussion took place in the context of the teaching of EU Law in the second year of the LLB programme at Goldsmiths University of London (the academic home of the BiE think tank).


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