'Breaking Down Brexit' at Brooklyn Law School
The Irish-American Law Students Association and the International Law Society at Brooklyn Law School recently hosted a “Breaking Down Brexit” panel discussion. The speakers included representatives from the Irish Consulate in New York, the Brehon Law Society, and Scottish Bar Association. Attendees heard views on the implications of the UK’s Brexit referendum and perspectives on what this could mean for the future. The event was sponsored by the Scot Bar NY Foundation with special thanks to the Brehon Law Society. Pictured (l-r): Jennifer Frankola-Crawford, president of the Brehon Law Society; Eimear Friel, Irish deputy consul general; Bridget McDonagh, 2L at Brooklyn Law School; Kevin Carroll, member of the Scottish Bar Association of New York; Domhnall O Cathain, member of the Brehon Law Society; Maryellen Fullerton, professor at Brooklyn Law School, and Fraser Grier, president of the Scottish Bar Association of New York.