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The University of Galway Law Review is now accepting submissions for Volume III, to be published in print and online next September. Articles are welcome on any area of law and can be written in English, Irish or French.

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The Irish head of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), Dr Michael O'Flaherty, has joined UCD Sutherland School of Law as an adjunct professor. Dr O'Flaherty was appointed in 2015 as director of the FRA, the independent centre of reference and excellence for promoting and protecting human rights i

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Professor Colm O'Cinneide defends the human rights framework from significant challenges to its legitimacy and integrity in a new lecture released in video format by Queen's University Belfast. The academic, a professor of constitutional and human rights law at University College London (UCL), deliv

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The Dublin University Law Journal, published by Clarus Press in association with Trinity College Dublin, has issued a call for submissions for Volume 45. The editors — Conor Casey, Oran Doyle, Hilary Hogan and Suryapratim Roy — welcome articles that adopt a wide range of methodological a

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The archive of former civil rights activist, founding member of the SDLP, politician and economist Hugh Logue is being made available at the University of Galway to coincide with his award of an honorary doctorate of laws. The historical resource is made up of more than 20 boxes of manuscripts, docu

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Maynooth University has congratulated Professor Aisling McMahon of the School of Law and Criminology on receiving the IRC Early Career Researcher of the Year Award for her work in health and intellectual property law. The Irish Research Council’s Researcher of the Year Awards celebrate the ver

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A Northern Ireland Business and Human Rights Index has been developed by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (NIHRC) in partnership with the Law School at Queen’s University Belfast. NIHRC chief commissioner Alyson Kilpatrick said: “This new Northern Ireland Business and Human R

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UCD Sutherland School of Law has welcomed Dagmar Schiek to the faculty as full professor of EU law and labour law. Professor Schiek joins UCD from University College Cork, where she held the Synnott Family Chair in EU law and directed the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence EU Integration and Citizens&

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Eversheds Sutherland and University College Dublin this month welcomed financial services industry leaders, academics, lawyers and representatives of the Central Bank to a conference exploring the implications of the new individual accountability framework. Ciaran Walker, consultant in financial ser

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King's Inns student Norah O'Brien has been elected as auditor of the Law Students' Debating Society of Ireland (LSDSI). A graduate of the University of Limerick, Ms O'Brien is studying on the modular barrister-at-law degree at the King's Inns while working as a judicial assistant to a High Court jud

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Ireland has a unique opportunity to act as an AI gateway between the EU and the US, a summit co-hosted by Matheson and University College Dublin (UCD) has heard. The hybrid conference, which formed part of the Matheson/UCD Leadership Series and was titled Regulating the digital economy — the

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Carsten Zatschler SC has joined UCD Sutherland School of Law as an adjunct full professor. An experienced barrister, Mr Zatschler has litigated more than 100 cases in the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and the EFTA Court.

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Law students at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) have been invited to apply for the 2023 Matheson Cara Scholarship, which aims at supporting talented university students to succeed in their early careers. Named in honour of late Matheson partner Cara O'Hagan and delivered as part of Matheson's impactful

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Barrister Cathy Smith SC has been recognised with a prestigious alumni award from the University of Limerick. Ms Smith, who graduated with a BA in European studies in 1995, was among three alumni honoured at the 16th annual UL Alumni Awards gala dinner in the Limerick Strand Hotel on Friday night.

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