Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Events from January 2011 on

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Fri.28 Jan. 2011
Remedies in EU Law - Irish Centre for European Law, Dublin

Tue. 1 Feb. 2011, 6.15 p.m.:
"If These Walls Could Talk: The Graffiti of Female Prisoners" - Irish Women Lawyers Association, Dublin

Wed. 2 Feb. 2011:
The EU and International Law: Uneasy Bedfellows - Professor Takis Tridimas at Queen's University Belfast

Sat.12 Feb.2011, 10.00-4.30:
Contemporary Issues in Child and Family Law, presented by the Department of Law, Dublin Institute of Technology, in association with Fulbright Ireland

Wed. 16 Feb. 2011:
Religion and Human Rights: Towards a Better Understanding - Professor Mashood Baderin (SOAS) at Queen's University Belfast

Tue.22 Feb. 2011:
The Legal and Policy Challenges of Financial Elder Abuse - National Centre for the Protection of Older People, Dublin

Wed. 23 Feb. 2011:
The Middle East International Law Dynamics - Mr Solon Solomon at Queen's University Belfast

Thu. 24 Feb. 2011:
The General Principles of EU Law in the Light of the Rulings in Mangold and Kücükdeveci -
Professor Michael Dougan (University of Liverpool) at Queen's University Belfast

Mon.28 Feb.2011:
Irish Approaches to Justice, Special Edition of the Irish Journal of Legal Studies: Call for Papers; Expressions of interest to n.howlin@qub.ac.uk by 28 February

1-2 April 2011:
The Legacy and Future of the ECHR: Evaluating Sixty Years of the European Human Rights Project - University College Dublin School of Law PhD Workshop on Human Rights

11-12 April 2011:
British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association conference - Manchester

12-14 April 2011:
Socio-Legal Studies Association conference - Brighton

19-21 April 2011:
Crossing Borders: Legal Education United - Association of Law Teachers, Cardiff

Fri.-Sat. 29-30 April 2011:
Irish Society of Comparative Law Annual Conference, UCD School of Law, Dublin
Call for Papers - The Society is seeking especially proposals which place Irish law (in either part of Ireland) in a comparative dimension but is also open to comparative analyses from other legal systems. Any topic in comparative law or legal systems may be proposed: private or public law, criminal law and criminal justice, legal education, legal history, etc.

29 April-2 May 2011:
Burren Law School 2011

16-18 June 2011:
British and Irish Association of Law Librarians conference - Newcastle

Law Reform Commission:
"Submissions either verbal or written are welcome at any stage during our deliberations on any topic."

Irish Human Rights Commission - Have your say on Ireland's human rights record
The IHRC, as Ireland's National Human Rights Institution, will submit its own report for the Universal Periodic Review process. To inform our report, the IHRC welcomes contributions from the Irish Public and its other stakeholders. Submissions for consideration in our report should be made to the IHRC by 14 February 2011.
Members of the Public can write to us outlining their human rights concerns at upr@ihrc.ie
Stakeholders are also invited to submit their views for consideration in the IHRC's Report at upr@ihrc.ie

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If These Walls Could Talk: The Graffiti of Female Prisoners

The Irish Women Lawyers Association (IWLA)

are hosting a talk by

Niamh O’Sullivan BL

former curator of Kilmainham Gaol archive
and author of Every Dark Hour and Written in Stone


"If These Walls Could Talk: The Graffiti of Female Prisoners"

at 6.15 p.m. on Tuesday 1st February 2011

in the Multimedia room, Distillery Building
145/151 Church Street
Dublin 7

Refreshments will be served

This event is free to all members of IWLA.
A nominal fee of €5.00 will be charged to non members who wish to attend.

In order to assist in the organisation of refreshments please indicate if you are attending by e-mailing events@iwla.ie, or by phone to 087-9480388 by Friday 29th January 2011.

Information on IWLA is available on the website: www.iwla.ie.