Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Constitutional Law: An Update - UCD Constitutional Studies Group seminar

Constitutional Law: An Update

School of Law, Roebuck Castle, University College Dublin

Wednesday March 2nd 2011

6.00-8.30 pm


Conference schedule

5.45 Registration.
6.00 The top 20 cases of 2010 — Eoin Carolan.
6.30 Questions and answers

6.40 Recent developments in Irish constitutional law – Eoin Carolan.
7.20 Questions and answers

7.30 Constitutional Reform: a new conventional wisdom? – John O’Dowd.
8.10 Questions and answers.

Booking Details
Conference Fee: €60 (practitioners of at least 5 years experience; government representatives)
Conference Fee: €45 (practitioners of less than 5 years experience; students; NGO representatives; the

To Reserve a Place: sinead.hennessy@ucd.ie

Speaker Details

Eoin Carolan B.L. is a practising barrister and a lecturer in Constitutional Law in University College
Dublin. He has contributed to a number of works in this area, including The New Separation of
Powers (Oxford University Press, 2009), The Irish Constitution: Governance and Values (Thomson
Round Hall, 2008) and The Right to Privacy (Thomson Round Hall, 2008). He is also the internal examiner for the FE-1 examinations for the Law Society of Ireland.

John O’Dowd has lectured constitutional law in UCD since 1992. He a member of the European
Group of Public Law and regularly contributes to conferences and publications of that international group of experts on constitutional and administrative law and in other fora. He is the internal examiner for Irish Constitutional Law in the entrance examination for the Degree of Barrister at Law in the King’s Inns.


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