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European Union Law

Aidan O'Neill QC *

Barrister, Matrix Chambers. Leading counsel for the appellant in Walton v Scottish Ministers 2012 UKSC 44, 2013 SC (UKSC) 67, for the appellant, Mr McGeoch, in the conjoined appeal in R (Chester) v Secretary of State for Justice 2013 UKSC 63, 2014 AC 271, for the petitioners in Case C-333/14 Scotch Whisky Association v Lord Advocate ECLI:EU:C:2015:845 (Second Chamber, 23 December 2015) 2016 1 WLR 2283, for the fourth intervenor, the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB), in Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union v R (Miller) 2017 UKSC 5, 2018 AC 61, for the intervenor, The AIRE Centre, in Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs v Benkharbouche 2017 UKSC 62, 2017 3 WLR 957, for the appellants in Scotch Whisky Association v Lord Advocate 2016 CSIH 77, 2017 SC 465, and 2017 UKSC 76, 2018 SC (UKSC) 94, for the second intervenor, The AIRE Centre, in SM v Entry Clearance Officer 2018 UKSC 9, 2018 1 WLR 1035, for the appellant in Re Maguire 2018 UKSC 17, 2018 NI 102, for the reclaimers in Docherty's Executors v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills 2018 CSIH 57, 2019 SC 50, for the petitioners in Case C-621/18 Wightman v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union ECLI:EU:C:2018:999 2019 QB 199 (Full Court, 10 December 2018) and for the second intervenor, The AIRE Centre, in Case C-129/18 SM v Entry Clearance Officer ECLI:EU:C:2019:248 (Grand Chamber, 26 March 2019). The views expressed are those of the author alone.

European Union Law

Aidan O'Neill QC

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook
Volume 9, Legal Year 2017-2018pp. 518-558.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19152/ukscy.779
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