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Research into the memory recall of heavy drinkers who witness harrowing incidents has revealed insights for police investigative approaches to complex and emotionally charged cases. The study from Glasgow Caledonian University, the University of Glasgow and Abertay University found that carrying out

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The University of Galway's alumni award for law, public policy and society is to be awarded to Major General Maureen O'Brien, deputy military adviser to the Secretary General of the United Nations. The award, sponsored by RDJ LLP, will be presented at a gala banquet on Friday 16 June 2023.

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A team of trainee solicitors representing the Law Society of Ireland have taken second place in the Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition. The team of Sophie Quinlan, Ruby Barlow and Emma Kennedy travelled to Stetson Law in Gulfport, Florida for the competition which took place

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Insights into climate and disaster risk governance, emergency planning, the evolving Aarhus Convention and the emerging rights of nature are among the subjects at the ‘Law and the Environment’ conference taking place at University College Cork (UCC) next week. Now in its 19th year, the c

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Cork law student Hannah Janknecht has been awarded the Southern Law Association prize for the highest mark on her dissertation. The prize was awarded during the UCC College of Business and Law Scholarships and Prizes Award Ceremony held in Devere Hall last week.

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Irish prison law expert Dr Mary Rogan has won a highly competitive €150,000 grant to continue her work on human rights and prison oversight. The European Research Council (ERC) Proof of Concept grant is a spin-off award from Dr Rogan's earlier €1.5 million ERC-funded project on the inspect

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A bursary established in memory of the late Arthur Cox partner Niamh Burke will be awarded this year to Sean Murphy from Cavan and Karin Mackey from Mullinahone, Co Tipperary. The Niamh Burke Memorial Bursary fosters and supports study and research in the field of renewable energy. It annually award

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University College Cork (UCC) and Matheson have launched a new "innovation partnership" which will support the creation of a new lectureship and scholarship as well as a series of lectures and collaborative events in the area of law, technology and innovation. The five-year UCC and Matheson Innovati

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Law students Katie Morrissey and David Lynch have been named among three winners of an essay competition themed around "Social Justice & the City". Ms Morrissey and Mr Lynch are students on the Law with Social Justice course at University College Dublin (UCD) and took part in the competition org

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A networking event hosted by QUB Women in Law brought together students starting their legal journey and women from various sectors of law to share their experiences and learn from each other. Dame Siobhan Keegan delivered the keynote speech at last week's event, sharing her journey to becoming the

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Dr Mary Tumelty has been reappointed to the Health and Social Care Professionals Council within multi-profession health regulator CORU. Dr Tumelty is a law lecturer at University College Cork (UCC), where her research interests include medical law, patient safety and alternative dispute resolution.

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