Preparing for post-Brexit Britain: our research, comment, and analysis

PolicyBristol specialises in bringing together academic, policymaker and practitioner expertise. The University has an extensive portfolio of world-class research of high policy relevance, and expertise related to Brexit is wide-ranging and varied.

If you are looking for research to support your evidence base, collaborators or expert advisers, we can connect you with the academic insight, knowledge and experience.

We are dedicated to creating partnerships that will continue to engage in EU policy-making.

Comment and analysis from the wider academic community can be found at Legal Research, Democracy beyond elections or GW4 Opinion.

Building relationships

Our flagship PolicyBristol Fellowship scheme brings policymakers and academics together to work on issues that matter. Read more about the wider scheme here or see below who is already working together on Brexit and EU policy research.

The legal process of withdrawing from the EU

This fellowship is focused on a collaboration between the University of Bristol and the House of Commons Service relating to the legal process of withdrawing from the EU.  Professor Phil Syrpis will offer his expertise in EU Law and contribute to the work of the House of Commons Library and relevant Select Committees. This will involve assisting with the production of briefings and conducting targeted research. Jack Simson Caird will engage with academics at the University of Bristol to inform the development of the HoC Library Briefing papers, and deliver sessions to academics on the role of the House of Commons Library and how to engage effectively with the parliamentary process.

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