(Johnson-EU Presidents) - 15 June 2020 The UK’s relations with Europe and “British exceptionalism” What has the UK learned in the last 46 years? Introduction It is now clear that …
Professor Alastair Sutton
Professor Alastair Sutton* has been immersed in European Union Law for nearly 40 years, as an EU official and as a practitioner. His practice covers a broad spectrum of EU law issues, in particular the internal and external law of the Single Market. Alastair Sutton was the legal advisor to the Commission Vice President responsible for the launch of the Single Market project between 1985 and 1990 and his legal practice over the last 20 years has reflected this experience.
Alastair Sutton advises both private entities and State entities (including those outside the EU) on a wide range of EU law areas including EU constitutional law, the internal and external law of the Single Market (especially financial and related services), business taxation, competition, state aids, external relations, energy, environmental protection and international economic law. He has experience in appearing before the European Courts and also assisting in domestic litigation.
*2006-present Visiting Professor of European Law at King’s College London, University of Edinburgh and Reykjavik University, Iceland