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Brexit Projects at Middle Temple Library

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 October 2017


This article, written by Lenka Geidt, gives detailed insight into Brexit projects undertaken by Middle Temple Library. The library specialises, among other areas, in European Union law. This article explains how members of the Inns of Court and librarians can benefit from these projects which focus on legislation, case law and the legal debate regarding the United Kingdom's referendum on European Union membership and Brexit.

European Union Matters
Copyright © The Author(s) 2017. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 

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1 Inns' Subject Specializations (The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple) <> accessed 1 June 2017.

2 Information was based on an article ‘The EU Collection at Middle Temple 1972–2004’ written by EU Librarian at the time Ruth Jones. The article is part of Middle Temple Library internal documents.

4 Brexit legal links (The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple) <> accessed 1 June 2017.

5 Feather, John P., The Information Society (6th edn, Facet, 2013), p. 190 Google ScholarPubMed.

6 Joshua Rozenberg, ‘A parachute that works. Brexit poses a huge challenge to our legislative process – lawlessness must be avoided at all costs’ [15 May 2017] L. S. G. 10.

7 ‘Bar Brexit Plan: Look at the fine detail to minimise uncertainty’ (The Bar Council, 12 December 2016)  <> accessed 1 June 2017

8 More about The Bar Council's Brexit Papers: Mercer, Hugh, ‘The Brexit Papers’ (May 2017) Counsel 1415 Google Scholar.

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11 More on The Bar's Brexit blogs: The Bar's Brexit blogs’ (January 2017) Counsel 40 Google Scholar.

12 For example: ‘Brexit: children's rights at risk or future opportunity in the global era?’ (Coram, February 2017) <> accessed 1 June 2017.

13 For example: Allen & Overy, Bird & Bird and Kingsley Napley.

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16 Taskforce on Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom (European Commission) <> accessed 1 June 2017.

17 Brexit Files (Politico) <> accessed 1 June 2017.

18 Brexit Bibliography (The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple) <> accessed 1 June 2017.

19 Brexit Events (The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple) <> accessed 1 June 2017.

20 Legal Website of the Month (The American Association of Law Libraries, Online Bibliographic Services) <> accessed 15 June 2017.