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Award-winning journalist Sally Hayden has joined UCD Sutherland School of Law as an adjunct professor. Ms Hayden has reported extensively on issues related to migration, conflict, human rights and humanitarian crises for many of the world's leading news publishers.

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Trinity College Dublin School of Law has welcomed Dr Brian Barry as an associate professor and Dr Róisín Costello as an assistant professor. Both took up their new full-time teaching positions in the university with effect from Friday 1 September 2023.

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Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin has been elected to the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) for a five-year term. Established in 1952, the Commission plays a unique and prominent role in defending human rights and the rule of law worldwide. Served by a full-time staff with offices

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Government plans to make restorative justice available to everyone who could benefit from it will likely still leave "significant gaps", an expert has said. A policy paper published this month states that restorative justice is not yet being used to its "maximum potential" in Ireland, and that its e

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Vacant properties and land in Irish city centres are an "inevitable outcome" of the State's planning system and property markets, according to a new report by Trinity College Dublin researchers. The Urban Vacancy in Ireland report uses Dublin — where "public and media attention has frequently

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Fourth-year law student Amber Madden Doyle has been elected as chairperson of the UCD Student Legal Service (SLS). UCD SLS, founded in 2006, is a voluntary society of law students providing access to free legal information through various initiatives including clinics, events, publications and

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Maynooth University law students Jordan Donoghue and Alanna Kells have been presented with prizes from Matheson LLP in recognition of their achievements in the funds law course delivered by the firm as part of Maynooth's LLM programme. Mr Donoghue, from Longford, has been awarded a six-month interns

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A domestic violence and child protection course run by Mason Hayes & Curran in collaboration with Trinity College Dublin has been approved as part of a new national micro-credential programme. The MicroCreds.ie programme is an initiative from the Irish Universities Association to make education

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Nadia Bhatti has been appointed as head of business and law at Independent College, the largest private college in Dublin. A qualified barrister, Ms Bhatti joined the college in 2010 as a law lecturer. She will now head both its School of Law and School of Business.

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Dr Charles O'Sullivan has joined Maynooth University School of Law and Criminology as an assistant professor in law. He previously completed his PhD at Maynooth before joining the faculty at Dublin City University and later Ulster University.

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Law students at Maynooth University have launched a new International Law Society, believed to be the first of its kind in Ireland. The new student society aims to host talks and panel discussions on various issues, including the international legal response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine and th

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Dame Siobhan Keegan, the Lady Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Queen's University Belfast. At a special graduation ceremony on Tuesday, Dame Siobhan received the Doctor of Laws for distinction in public service.

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Queen's University Belfast School of Law has launched a new Global Intellectual Property and Technology Centre (G-IPTech) aimed at becoming a global hub of excellence for intellectual property and technology law. Professor Giancarlo Frosio has been appointed as director of the centre, an interdiscip

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Alessandra Grosariu and Patricia O’Reilly have been named as the incoming editors-in-chief of Volume XXVII of the Trinity College Law Review, marking the first time that the position has been shared since the journal's foundation. The pair initially joined the journal as junior editorial board

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