Thursday, March 21, 2019

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UCC School of Law  @LawUCC
The 17th Annual #Law and the #Environment Conference taking place @UCC on Thursday, 11 April 2019 will focus on The Role of Environmental Law in the Transition to Sustainability. 

Constitution Project
Call for papers: Sovereignty, Populism and Constitutional Politics, Aug 30-31 @LawUCC. Keynote address by Prof GrĂ¡inne de Burca, @nyulaw. Wide range of themes on issues of pressing contemporary relevance. Panel proposals welcome. In association with @ICON__S.

Law and Literature: The Irish Case @LawLitIreland
Symposium at Dublin City University, Saturday 6 April 2019
Though the CFP deadline has passed, you can register for free to come to the symposium until the end of Friday 29 March

Burren Law School  @BurrenLawSchool
The programme of the last @BurrenLawSchool is now live
3-5 May 2019

Darius Whelan  @dariuswirl
Mental Health and Capacity Law conference, Cork, Sat. 6 April 2019 @LawUCC.
CCJHR  @CCJHRlawucc 
What are the implications of #Brexit for Irish criminal law? Thurs 21 March The Hon Mr Justice McKechnie will chair UCC seminar exploring judicial cooperation between Britain & Ireland post-Brexit.

Irish Law Events  @irishlawevents ·
Employment Law Conference, Dublin, 27 March 2019. Irish Centre for European Law.

Irish Law Events  @irishlawevents
Sexual Offences: The Challenge of Balancing Rights in the Criminal Justice System, Dublin, 4 June 2019 

Hibernian Law Journal  @HibernianLaw 
We are delighted to be featured in @gazette_ie which reports on our recent announcement of the 2019 recipients of the Hibernian Law Medals which you can read about here:  You can register to attend the Hibernian Law Medals 2019 on 29 March 2019 here:

International Criminal Court Summer School at the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland Galway. 24-28 June 2019.

BILETA 2019 - Belfast @biletabelfast
Registration for BILETA Belfast 2019 - Back to the Futures? - 16 and 17 April 2019 - is now open!  Lots of exciting things lined up for our visitors.

Law Society Education
CPD seminars :

RT @flacireland: On Thursday 21st March at 6.30 p.m. @TrinityFlac will mark FLAC's 50th year with a special event welcoming founders David Byrne, Denis McCullough & Ian Candy to Trinity Library, alongside current C.E. @eilis_barry The event is free & open to all! Please register:

The Older Client - the Role of the Solicitor, 8 May 2019, Dublin

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