Dcu

1-15 of 22 Articles
Clock icon 2 minutes

Dublin City University (DCU) is seeking alumni mentors and mentees to take part in Ireland's only mentorship programme for law graduates. Over 150 law graduates participated in the mentorship programme last year, which took place virtually with participants liaising via Zoom and similar platforms.

Clock icon 3 minutes

Global legal business DWF is continuing its partnership with Dublin City University (DCU) to help transform the lives of young people who may believe a third level education is beyond their reach. The Dublin office of DWF is sponsoring the university’s Access Programme, a €20,000 four-yea

Clock icon 2 minutes

Criminal law expert Dr Yvonne Daly has been promoted to professor of law at DCU School of Law and Government. A graduate of University College Cork with a PhD from Trinity College Dublin, Professor Daly joined DCU as a lecturer in 2006 and was promoted to associate professor in 2013.

Clock icon 1 minute

Dublin City University will host an entirely virtual National Moot Court Competition for the first time next month. The competition, sponsored by A&L Goodbody, will take place on Saturday 21 November 2020.

Clock icon 2 minutes

Over 150 law graduates will take part this year in Ireland's only mentorship programme for law graduates, which is taking place virtually as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The mentorship programme, organised by Dublin City University (DCU), will kick off later this month with a virtual opening c

Clock icon 2 minutes

European law firm GSK Stockmann has become a new sponsor of the DCU Brexit Institute. The DCU Brexit Institute has increasingly pivoted towards work on European affairs in recent years, including by leading major projects on the future of Europe funded by the European Commission and the German Minis

Clock icon 2 minutes

Dr David Keane has joined the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University (DCU) as an assistant professor. He previously held positions in two London universities – lecturer in law at Brunei University and associate professor in law at Middlesex University.

Clock icon 1 minute

A new podcast launched by academics at Dublin City University (DCU) will explore people's first-hand experiences with gardaí. The Policed in Ireland podcast is hosted by Dr Vicky Conway, one of Ireland's leading researchers on policing, and begins today on the Tortoise Shack.

Clock icon 1 minute

DCU law graduate Orlaith Cullen has been awarded the Scott Scholarship in Law in partnership with Arthur Cox. The scholarship, named in memory of late Arthur Cox partner Frank Scott, supports students who wish to pursue an LLM at DCU and intend to pursue a career as a solicitor.

Clock icon 3 minutes

Ireland's first academic research centre dedicated to research, policy and education on corruption and anti-corruption has been established at Dublin City University (DCU). The new Anti-Corruption Research Centre (ARC) is co-directed by Dr Michael Breen of DCU's School of Law and Dr Rob Gillanders o

Clock icon 1 minute

Faculty and students at Dublin City University (DCU) have paid tribute to Dr Aonghus Cheevers, who has passed away at the age of 43. Dr Cheevers, whose research focused on mediation, joined DCU School of Law and Government as assistant professor of private law in September 2019.

Clock icon 2 minutes

Defence lawyers are poorly prepared for the ongoing shift of focus in criminal proceedings towards pre-trial investigations, researchers have warned. According to four academics at Dublin City University and Maastricht University, criminal defence lawyers across Europe are expected to get involved i

Clock icon 4 minutes

An Irish academic whose visit to disputed territory saw him end up on a notorious Azerbaijani "blacklist" alongside the likes of late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has said he could go back next year. Dr Donnacha Ó Beacháin, associate professor at DCU School of Law and Government, is

1-15 of 22 Articles