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Every scandal has a 'gate', so now every existential European crisis has to have the obligatory two consonants tacked onto an 'exit':
Britain + exit = Brexit
Marry it to a hashtag and that's social media sorted too. The UK's potential divorce from the EU pruned back to a clunky acronym.
Whatever happens, we are clearly going to be seeing a lot more of our hashtagged friend in the months and years to come, whether we like it or not.
So what should lawyers be doing? More importantly, what should they be telling clients?
Last night, a panel of QCs and leading experts from Monckton Chambers, chaired by Sir Stephen Laws, gathered to discuss the ‘what ifs’ of Brexit.
They stressed that legal advisors can’t afford to ignore this. Increasingly lawyers are going to be asked to advise on the potential implications of a UK exit. Clients will only be fobbed off with platitudes for so long.
So what if we decide to say our ‘Br'au revoirs’ to the EU?
Here are some of the the key ‘takeaways’ from the evening:
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