Professor Steve Peers

Professor Steve Peers

Total 31 Posts
  • London, UK
Professor of EU, Human Rights & World Trade Law, University of Essex. Latest book: European Union Law (edited with @CSBarnard24, 2nd ed, OUP).

Why the EU can regulate the UK citizens’ position in the EU27, but partly won’t.

3 min read
Thought the European Union didn’t have a say in non-EU immigration? Professor Steve Peers explains this now.

Staring into the Abyss: Citizens’ Rights after a No Deal Brexit.

6 min read
Analysis of the UK Government and EU plans on the rights of the EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the European Union in the event of a no deal Brexit.

What a ‘No Deal’ would mean for 5 million citizens in Europe.

3 min read
Steve Peers on the ‘No Deal’ preparedness notes for the Citizens’ Rights of the EU citizens living in the UK and the British citizens living in the EU27.

Is data protection coming home? The CJEU on data protection law and Jehovah’s Witnesses — and political canvassing.

6 min read
On the CJEU ruling on data protection law and Jehovah’s Witnesses — and the implications for politics.

Revising EU visa policy.

5 min read
Back in 2014, the Commission proposed a revamp of EU visa policy (concerning short-term visit visas), in the form of a proposal to revise the EU’s visa code.

UK citizens in the EU after Brexit: Securing unilateral guarantees after a ‘no deal’ Brexit.

3 min read
What happens to EU27 citizens and UK citizens who have moved within the EU in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit?

Five things you need to know about the customs union.

5 min read
Professor Steve Peers on the basic aspects and benefits of a customs union with the European Union.
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