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Barrister and arbitrator Arran Dowling-Hussey has been appointed as an adjunct professor at UCC School of Law. Mr Dowling-Hussey maintains a busy practice from the Law Library in Dublin, 4-5 Gray's Inn Square in London, and the Chambers of James Corbett KC.

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Former RDJ managing partner Richard Martin has been appointed as an adjunct professor of law at University College Cork. Mr Martin remains a partner at RDJ, which he led from 2012 to 2022, during which time the firm expanded from its bases in Cork and Galway into Dublin and now employs 270 people.

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Judge John O'Connor of the Circuit Court will join healthcare and finance professionals in addressing Ireland's first inter-sectoral and inter-disciplinary conference on adult safeguarding later this week. The Inaugural International Adult Safeguarding Conference at Trinity College Dublin will discu

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Matheson has launched the 2023 Matheson Scholarship in Law Plus in association with the University of Limerick (UL). Launched in 2022 and delivered as part of UL’s 50ForFifty initiative — a celebration of UL’s first 50 years — the annual scholarship is open to first year unde

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An Irish criminologist's book on "pain, resistance and purpose" behind bars has won a major prize in the United States. Prison Life: Pain, Resistance and Purpose by Professor Ian O'Donnell of UCD Sutherland School of Law is the 2023 winner of the Outstanding Book Award, the top literature prize give

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The University of Galway Law Review launched its second volume at an intimate event attended by two judges of the High Court, members of the University of Galway School of Law and students. Tom O’Malley SC launched the publication, which is faculty-reviewed by members of the School of Law, in

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Education plays a crucial role in promoting social mobility and should form part of organisations' diversity and inclusion strategies, a conference hosted by Matheson LLP and Trinity College Dublin has heard. The annual D&I conference brought together a cross-section of leaders from a diverse nu

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The University of Limerick has awarded the inaugural Melvyn Hanley Solicitors scholarship to Hazel Flood. The scholarship is worth €2,000 and is awarded to the person enrolling on the LLM in human rights in criminal justice with the highest award in an undergraduate law degree upon registration

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Glasgow University has introduced the world's first master's degree in reparatory justice. The degree has been established in partnership with the University of the West Indies (UWI) and comes amid a global campaign for financial reparations stemming from the transatlantic slave trade, Scottish Lega

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A new partnership between Trinity College Dublin and Matheson is to support Trinity Law School in the teaching and research of EU law. The collaboration will support the appointment of a new assistant professor in EU law, award a PhD scholarship in EU law, and create a new Trinity Matheson EU semina

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Legal professionals, academics and members of the Traveller community came together last week to explore issues faced by Travellers and highlight work to achieve more equitable future for all. The Traveller Equality and Justice Project (TEJP) event at University College Cork (UCC) was an opportunity

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Legal academic Professor Colin Scott has been named as the new registrar, deputy president and vice-president for academic affairs for University College Dublin. An internationally recognised expert on regulatory governance, with particular interests in accountability, private regulation and reflexi

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Barrister and Mental Health Tribunal chairperson Meg Burke has been appointed as an adjunct professor at University College Cork School of Law. Ms Burke graduated from UCC in 2005 and went on to complete the barrister-at-law degree at the King's Inns, calling to the Bar in 2006.

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Law student Alicia Joy O'Sullivan has been named as one of two UN youth delegates for Ireland. Ms O'Sullivan is a University College Cork (UCC) law student, advocate and Quercus scholar from Skibbereen, West Cork. She was the UCC Students’ Union environmental and sustainability officer in 2020

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