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BRUSSELS — Shaken by Britain’s vote to quit the European Union, the bloc’s leaders met on Tuesday in Brussels and sent a blunt message to Britain and others tempted to follow its example: Bolting will carry a heavy price. While softening demands that Britain formally file for divorce swiftly following last Thursday’s shocking referendum result, leaders of the European Union’s 27 other nations made it clear to Prime Minister David Cameron that his country would not enjoy the benefits of membership — like access to Europe’s single market — while sloughing off its burdens. Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, speaking at a late-night news conference, took a hard position, saying that her country would defend its economic priorities and that Britain must use an agreed legal procedure to leave the European Union. Photo Demonstrators in support of the European Union gathered in Trafalgar Square in London on Tuesday. Credit Andrew Testa for The New York Times “The discussion today reflected very clearly that everyone felt this was a sea change, a watershed moment, a historic moment,” Mrs. Merkel said. The goal was to reshape the relationship with Britain “as a relationship of friendship,” she said, but “we will also be guided by our own interests.” Referring to the terrorist attack on Tuesday at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport, she said a world “characterized by turmoil and turbulences” was “not waiting for the European Union to make up its mind,” an apparent reference to uncertainty over its relations with Britain and the future direction of what began as a peace project after World War II and has since grown into the world’s biggest economic bloc. Mark Rutte, the prime minister of the Netherlands,

historically one of Britain’s closest allies in pushing Europe to focus on strengthening market forces and protecting sovereign rights, said the economic and political mayhem caused by Britain’s vote to leave should deter others. “To everybody thinking of leaving the single market, this is what happens,” he said. The turmoil has stirred hope in some quarters that Britain might, in the end, never take the next, formal step to leave the European Union. Ms. Merkel, however, dismissed this as “impossible.” Latest Updates 22h Businesses Call for Leadership After ‘Brexit’ 1d ‘Get Back to Africa,’ Man in Manchester Is Told 1d Scottish Leader, Speaking to Parliament, Strikes More Moderate Tone 1d ‘Londependence’ May Be a Dream, but More Autonomy for the City Is Not See All Updates As to whether Britain could hold another referendum with a different outcome, she said that was highly unlikely. “As of tonight I do not see any possibility to reverse this decision,” she said. “It is not the hour for wishful thinking.” Continue reading the main story ‘Brexit’: Britain’s Decision to Leave the E.U. Updates on Britain’s exit from the European Union. As David Cameron Leaves Brussels, E.U. Leaders Chart Future JUN 29 Le Pen Sees Opportunity in ‘Brexit’ JUN 29 ‘For

‘For Heaven’s Sake, Man, Go!’

Heaven’s Sake, Man, Go!’ Cameron Says JUN 29 With Both Parties in Turmoil, Britain Weighs a General Election JUN 29 ‘Brexit’ Briefing: David Cameron Leaves Brussels Early; Conservatives Seek New Leader JUN 29 See More » RELATED COVERAGE Economic Fears Rising, Britain Hopes to Stay in E.U. Market JUNE 27, 2016 European Leaders Tell a Dazed Britain to Get Going on ‘Brexit’ JUNE 25, 2016 Order of Business for E.U. in Brussels? Weeds, Then ‘Brexit’ JUNE 28, 2016 Opinion Editorial The Brexit Spillover JUNE 28, 2016 Mr. Cameron, attending what will probably be his last European summit meeting in Brussels, also stressed that there was no turning back from last week’s vote in favor of Brexit, as Britain’s withdrawal from the union is known. “I am sorry we lost the referendum but you have to accept the result of the British people, you have to accept the verdict,” he told reporters. “I’m a democrat.” While calling for “the closest possible relationship” with Europe in the future, he acknowledged that “it is impossible to have all of the benefits of membership without some of the costs of membership.” BRITAIN’S E.U. REFERENDUM By EBS, VIA REUTERS 00:32 E.U. Asks Farage, ‘Why Are You Here?’ Video E.U.

Asks Farage, ‘Why Are You Here?’ The European Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, questioned why Nigel Farage, the leader of the U.K. Independent Party, attended the European Parliament session on Tuesday. By EBS, VIA REUTERS on Publish Date June 28, 2016. Photo by John Thys/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. Watch in Times Video » Embed ShareTweet Mr. Cameron, who has said he will resign by October, has left the task of setting the terms of the departure settlement to his successor, who will be responsible for invoking an exit clause, Article 50, in a European treaty and starting negotiations with Brussels on disentangling a formal relationship that began in 1973. France and other countries have complained that this would only create months of uncertainty and stoke unease for financial markets. But there seemed to be more sympathy on Tuesday for Britain’s hesitant pace. “If they need more time we have to wait. This is the only legal way we have,” Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, which represents European governments, told reporters.

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Tuesday, November 01, 2016

21st Annual Public Interest Career Fair

6:10PM to 7:30PM

YLS Dining Hall

Meet fellow students who have done fascinating and important work in various public interest organizations and government agencies. This is your chance to get the inside scoop on what the work is like, what the people are like, and what it takes to get a job there! Students who have worked in government and domestic and international public interest organizations will be there to talk to you. Refreshments will be provided. All students are welcome! Any questions (or if you are 2L/3L and would like to volunteer) email Juli Davis.

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Reeling in a 1L Summer Job: Advice from Upperclass Students

12:10PM to 1:00PM

Room 129

A panel of upper-class students who worked in multiple sectors of practice including law firms, nonprofits and government, will discuss their career goals, job search strategies, and their summer experiences.

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Tech Law Summer Jobs Panel

12:10PM to 1:00PM

Room 128

A panel of upper-class students with summer employment experiences in a variety of technology-related legal positions will discuss their summer experiences, application processes, and career interests.

RSVP in CMS. Lunch will be served

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Financing Your Summer Public Interest Job

12:10PM to 1:00PM

Room 122

Looking for a summer job raises a host of financial questions such as: Can I get SPIF funding? Travel abroad funding? Does a firm salary affect my financial aid? Are there any non-need based sources of funding? Get the answers to these and other questions from Jacqueline Outlaw and Kellie Webb of the Financial Aid Office, Hope Metcalf of the Schell Center, and Norma D’Apolito of the Career Development Office. Cosponsored by the Financial Aid Office and CDO. Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP in CMS.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Judicial Clerkships: An Introduction

1:10PM to 2:00PM


If you are a 1L beginning to think about clerkships, or just wondering what the deal is, join Marilyn Drees for an introduction to clerkships.  Setting the stage for spring programming, Marilyn will offer a quick overview of clerkships, talk a bit about the application process, highlight some long lead-time issues, and answer your questions.

Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP in CMS 

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Chirelstein Colloquium - A Conversation with Kimberley D. Harris '96, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, NBCUniversal

12:10PM to 1:30PM

Faculty Lounge

Kimberley D. Harris `96, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, NBCUniversal​, “A Conversation with Kimberley D. Harris.”

Lunch will be served.  Please RSVP to corplaw@yale.edu by November 9, 2016.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Interviewing Tips for 1Ls

12:10PM to 1:00PM


First-year students often interview for summer internships during December and January. Join CDO to learn about interview preparation and strategies. This program will be videotaped. Lunch will be served.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Chirelstein Colloquium - Reimagining Biopharma: A Conversation with Vivek Ramaswamy '13, CEO, Roivant Sciences, Inc.

12:10PM to 1:30PM

Faculty Lounge

Vivek Ramaswamy ‘13, CEO, Roivant Sciences, Inc., “Reimagining Biopharma: A Conversation with Vivek Ramaswamy.”

Lunch will be served.  Please RSVP to corplaw@yale.edu by March 9, 2017.


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