Join the Government Procurement Law Program and King’s College, London to discuss sweeping post-Brexit changes proposed for the United Kingdom’s procurement laws.
- Michael Bowsher QC, Monckton Chambers; King’s College, London
- On history, and what’s missing
- Luke Butler, University of Nottingham – Public Procurement Research Group
- Where’s defense?
- Anne Davies, Professor of Law and Public Policy, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford and Ruairi Macdonald, Research Associate, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
- Impacts on social contracting (see Oxford POGO Club comments)
- Jane Jenkins and Kate Gough (Freshfields)
- On bid challenges, debarment and contract administration
- Albert Sanchez-Graells, Professor of Economic Law and Director of the Centre for Global Law and Innovation, University of Bristol Law School
- The Green Paper: Not what it says on the tin (see LSE comments)
- Christopher Vajda QC (moderator), Monckton Chambers; King’s College, London; former judge, Court of Justice of the European Union
- Salient differences between EU and UK approaches
- Christopher R. Yukins, Lynn David Research Professor in Government Procurement Law; Co-Director of the Government Procurement Law Program, GW Law
- U.S. perspectives and cooperation (see comments submitted to UK government)