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Tues 17th November 2020, 11:00-12:00

Brexit is likely to have many intended and unintended consequences for how public procurement is regulated in the UK across all sectors.  In this webinar, we discuss possible imminent changes to UK regulation and consider some of its impacts as we move to WTO terms.

Attendees may like to reference the related SSRN paper ‘Reimagining Public Procurement Law After Brexit‘.


Important: please submit questions in advance to [email protected] as it may not be possible to take questions on the day.


Luke Butler

Dr. Luke R.A. Butler is an Associate Professor in Law at the University of Nottingham School of Law where he is Co-Director of the Executive Programme in Public Procurement Law and Policy. He is the Joint General Editor (with Professor Sue Arrowsmith QC (Hons)) of the Public Procurement Law Review, member of the Procurement Lawyers’ Association, and member of the European Procurement Law Professor’s Group.

Luke was recently the recipient of a prestigious UKRI/AHRC grant to examine single sourcing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Luke has published a number of books and articles in leading journals, provides consultancy to international organisations and governments, and speaks regularly at national and international conferences.

How to attend

Please register to attend at Eventbrite.

Registered attendees will receive a link to join the webinar.


Please note that attendance is by invitation to clients, contractors and partners of YORhub.