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Palestinian human rights defender Shawan Jabarin is to receive the University of Galway's 2024 Alumni Award for Law, Public Policy and Society. The award, sponsored by RDJ, will be formally awarded at the university's Alumni Awards Gala Banquet, to be held on campus in the Bailey Allen Hall on Frida

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A team from the Law Society of Ireland has won the 2024 Corn Adomnáin International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Competition organised by the Irish Red Cross. The three-person team of Conal O'Gahdra, Chloe McCabe and Calem Martin triumphed over seven rival teams from six other institutions in the c

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Judge Tom O'Donnell of the Circuit Court has launched the latest edition of the Plassey Law Review at the University of Limerick. The fourth edition of the publication showcases legal research and scholarship from students at the University of Limerick's School of Law and the broader legal community

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An associate professor at Maynooth University made US headlines after making novel legal submissions in the US Supreme Court case which paved the way for Donald Trump to seek re-election in November. Professor Seth Barrett Tillman, a US academic who has lived in Dublin for more than a decade, submit

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Dr Brian Tobin has been promoted to associate professor/senior lecturer at University of Galway School of Law. A lecturer in family and child law as well as equity and trusts, he previously received the CBPPL Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in 2023 and the Dean's Award for Inclusive Te

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Trainee solicitors at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) will represent the UK in the Florida finals of the prestigious Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition next month. The team comprises Warren Polly, who is training with Gateley Legal Northern Ireland; Caitrio

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UCD Sutherland School of Law is hosting a full day of events to mark the centenary of the establishment of the modern Irish courts system. The conference, guided tours, exhibition and musical performance on Friday 12 April 2024 will mark exactly 100 years since the Courts of Justice Act 1924 was sig

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McCann FitzGerald has partnered with University College Cork (UCC) to introduce a new sustainability-focused curriculum for law students at the university. The programme, Environmental, Social & Corporate Governance (ESG) and Businesses: Law, Policy and Practice, was established in response to g

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Professor Fidelma Ashe is set to appear before the Oireachtas committee on the implementation of the Good Friday Agreement as it discusses women and constitutional change. The professor of politics at Ulster University and member of the university's Transitional Justice Institute is a leading schola

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Law students Ciara McLoughlin, Ceara Tonna-Barthet and Clíodhna McHugh have emerged as winners of the 64th Irish Times Debate. The grand final of Ireland's longest-running third-level debating competition took place at University College Dublin on Friday, with teams debating the motion: "This

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Professor Siobhán Mullallyhas been elected as first chairperson of the newly-established Platform of Independent Experts on Refugee Rights (PIERR). Established by a group of UN and regional independent human rights experts in December, PIERR aims to better co-ordinate joint advocacy initiativ

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Matheson has announced the 2024 launch of the Tim Scanlon corporate law bursary, named in honour of late Matheson partner and former chairperson Tim Scanlon. The bursary, now in its third year, is delivered as part of Matheson's impactful business programme and is open to undergraduate and postgradu

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