The “first 100 days” has become a standard by which to evaluate important political times. Undoubtedly, the momentous decision on 23 June 2016 to break up the current geopolitical space of Europe will be examined by historians as a decisive period of modern European history.
From a lawyer’s perspective the most striking feature of the last 100 days has been the legal uncertainty of how to implement the Referendum result. This represents the challenge we love. Erika Szyszczak’s blog examines some of these uncertainties. The full blog can be accessed via the University of Sussex website.
Erika Szyszczak is Professor of Law in the School of Law, Politics and Sociology at the University of Sussex, and a member of the University’s UK Trade Policy Observatory.