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Students at Dublin City University (DCU) have represented Ireland at Europe's largest European Court of Human Rights moot court competition in Switzerland. The three-person team of Niko Kawonczyk, Edel Daly and Holly Heeney travelled to St Gallen to compete in the Helga Pedersen Moot Court Competiti

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The King's Inns Law Review (KILR) has invited submissions for Volume XI, which marks the student journal's return to print for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Articles are welcomed from all areas of legal academia and practice, in English or as Gaeilge, on the broad theme of "Judicia

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Dr Saoirse Enright has been appointed as the Matheson Diversity in Law Newman Fellow at UCD Sutherland School of Law. Dr Enright will join the law school to deliver a two-year, interdisciplinary project focused on identifying the barriers faced by under-represented groups to pursue a career in the l

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Barrister-at-law students at the King's Inns have won the 2024 National Negotiation Competition hosted by the Law Society of Ireland. The team of Catey Clarkson and Shane Molony, coached by Conor Duff BL, secured a second consecutive win for the King's Inns and will now go on to represent Ireland at

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Roderic O'Gorman, the minister for children, equality, disability, integration and youth, is to address a University of Galway event on the upcoming referendums on the family and care. The event, titled "The Constitutional Referendums on 8th March 2024: A Discussion with Minister Roderic O’Gor

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Matheson has unveiled what it says is a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at improving social mobility in the law. The firm has remodelled its undergraduate Career First Programme to become a fully social mobility-focused initiative exclusively open to first and second year undergraduate students o

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Law students at University College Dublin have triumphed in the annual Intervarsity Law Summit Moot Court Competition, besting the runners-up from Dublin City University.

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Irish legal academic Professor Fiona de Londras has been appointed by Birmingham Law School to the Barber chair of jurisprudence. Established by Lady Barber in 1935, the chair of jurisprudence is one of two chairs of law funded by the Barber Trust at Birmingham Law School. It is traditionally held b

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Applications are now open for the Niamh Burke Memorial Bursary, which will award a total of €10,000 to students pursuing studies linked to climate action and renewable energy in Ireland. Candidates can apply here for the bursary until 5pm, Friday 15 March.

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UCD Sutherland School of Law has welcomed Dr Nikolaos Pitsos as its new Ronan Harty Newman Fellow. Dr Pitsos joins UCD from International Hellenic University (IHU) in Thessaloniki, Greece. He is a member of the Athens Bar Association and an expert in antitrust and energy law.

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