Fischer, Joachim (2018) Life after Brexit, RTÉ: Brainstorm, 5 Janurary 2018.
Maher, Paul J., Igou, Eric R. and Wijnand A. P. van Tilburg (2018) Brexit,Trump and the Polarizing Effect of Disillusionment, Social Psychological and Personality Science, 16 January 2018.
Friel, Raymond J (2017a) The Common Travel Area and Brexit, London: UL Alumni Chapter Gathering, 16 November 2017.
Friel, Raymond J (2017b) Lingua Franca, Law Society Gazette, June 2017, pp.24-25.
Friel, Raymond J (2017c) Planning for Brexit, Links Magazine, University of Limerick.
Worth, Owen (2016) Brexit: The road to God-knows where, University of Limerick: AHSS faculty blog, 4 July 2016.
Worth, Owen (2017) The Revenge of the Millenials, an article translated for Le Monde Idées, 18 June 2017.
Disclaimer: UL authored Brexit publications are the opinions of the author and may not reflect the stance of the University.
EU Repository of Think Tanks on EU Affairs. From the EU Council Libraries.
European Sources Online. Provides access to expertly selected EU sources.
EU Press Release Database. Good for up to date statements.
Think Tank Search Engine. From Harvard Kennedy School Library.
UK European Union Membership Referendum Web Archive. From UCLA.
Hein Online. From the Boalt Law Library.
Policy File. Access to policy papers and grey literature.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Ireland (2017) Common Travel Area Information Note from Ireland to the Article 50 Working Group
House of Lords, UK (2016) Chapter 3 'The Irish Land Border and the Common Travel Area'. European Union Committee Brexit: UK-Irish Relations, 6th Report of Session 2016-17. Paper 76.
Mc Guinness, T. & Gower, M (2017) The Common Travel Area and the Special Status of Irish Nationals in UK Law (Briefing Paper, No. 7661), London, House of Commons Library
O'Donoghue, A, Murray, C, Warwick, B and deMars, S (2017) Policy Paper. The Common Travel Area: prospects after Brexit. Working Paper, Durham University
Skoutaris, N. (2017) Territorial Differentiation in EU Law: Can Scotland and Northern Ireland Remain in the EU and/or the Single Market? Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, Volume 19 , pp. 287-310
Some of the books that can be borrowed from UL's Glucksman Library ...
Connelley, T. (2017). BREXIT and Ireland: the dangers, the opportunities, and the inside story of the Irish response. Dublin: Penguin
Clarke, H. D., Goodwin, M. J., & Whitley, P. F. (2017). Brexit: why Britain voted to leave the European Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Dougan, M. (2017). The UK after Brexit : Legal and policy challenges. Cambridge ; Antwerp ; Portland : Intersentia
Hillman, J. A., & Horlick, G. N. (2017). Legal aspects of Brexit: implications of the United Kingdom's decision to withdraw from the European Union. Washington: DC Institute of International Economic Law, Georgetown Law
MacShane, D. (2016). Brexit: how Britain will leave Europe. London, I.B. Tauris.
Merritt, G. (2017). Slippery slope: Brexit and Europe's troubled future. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Oliver, C. (2017). Unleashing demons: the inside story of Brexit. London: Hodder
Shipman, T. (2017). All out war: the full story of how Brexit sank Britain's political class. London : William Collins
Webster, P. (2017). Inside story: politics, intrigue and treachery from Thatcher to Brexit. London: Harper Press
The Honourable Society of The Middle Temple offers an extensive and regularly updated bibliography on the subject of Brexit.
Oxford Public International Law provide a chronological breakdown of the Brexit negotiations.