Corker Binning Partner Edward Grange and Rebecca Niblock, Partner at Kingsley Napley, authors of the third edition of Extradition law: a practitioner’s guide, examine two important changes since the last edition published in 2015.
“In terms of the practical arrangements at court, aside from an increased use of video link, little has changed. Momentous events have, however, taken place outside the courtroom. Here, we examine the two most noteworthy changes that have come about since the second edition. We begin by looking at how the UK’s withdrawal from the EU has affected extradition and go on to look at a separate (but related) significant change to extradition arrangements in the form of the Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Act 2020.”
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