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Queen's University Belfast has condemned "threatening and abusive commentary" aimed at human rights expert Professor Colin Harvey after he co-authored a report on Ireland's constitutional future. The university was criticised by unionist figures including DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson after its c

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Dr Łukasz Grzejdziak, the Ronan Harty Newman Fellow at UCD Sutherland School of Law, has been appointed as an international expert in a major training programme for Ukrainian judges. The training programme, organised with the National School of Judges of Ukraine, is funded by the European Union thr

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The Hibernian Law Journal is now accepting submissions to be considered for publication in Volume 22. The Journal is particularly interested in receiving articles examining domestic matters and will also consider those which discuss European or international law or other common law jurisdictions, wh

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The Cork Online Law Review is currently accepting submissions to its 22nd edition. The student-edited law journal, sponsored by Arthur Cox LLP, invites outstanding scholarship on any legal topic in English, French or Irish.

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Michael A. Becker has joined Trinity College Dublin School of Law as an assistant professor of international human rights law. Mr Becker has a broad background in public international law and human rights. His research interests includes international courts and tribunals, fact-finding bodies and co

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Postgraduate student Oisin Cleere has been awarded a prestigious Allen & Overy (A&O) trophy recognising excellence in the field of librarianship and information management. Mr Cleere, a postgraduate student at Ulster University and a senior library assistant with Kildare Library Service, is

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UCC law students Aoife Nazneen Nurul Khasri and Ruth Fu Dong McKernan have each received a scholarship worth €5,000 and a work placement opportunity with law firm RDJ. The RDJ Diversity Scholarship, which commenced in 2021, supports students from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds stu

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Éilís Barry, chief executive of legal rights group FLAC, has been appointed as an adjunct professor with University College Cork (UCC) School of Law. An expert in anti-discrimination, equality and access to justice, Ms Barry has been working closely with UCC through the Traveller Equal

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A new mentorship programme for women studying law at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) is set to be launched later this year. The initiative is led by Trinity Women in Law (TWIL), a subcommittee of the Trinity College Law Society founded in 2019 and sponsored by A&L Goodbody.

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Helen McEntee, the justice minister, will join a number of leading international experts later this month to discuss the oversight of national security in Ireland at a conference hosted by University of Galway's School of Law. Taking place on Friday 23 September 2022, the conference is being organis

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The Hibernian Law Journal has named Joshua Kieran-Glennon as editor-in-chief for its forthcoming 22nd volume. Mr Kieran-Glennon, a deputy editor of the outgoing board, is a trainee solicitor at McCann FitzGerald LLP, and succeeds Julia Launders in the role of editor-in-chief.

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