Pictured: Hugh with judges Cormac Ó Dúlacháin SC, O’Hanlon J & Clíona Kimber SC Hugh Ó Laoide Kelly, a student in year 2 of the modular Barrister–At–Law degree course won Gael Linn’s annual Bréagchúirt Uí Dhál
A new sculpture inspired by the life of activist Máirín de Burca has been installed in the King's Inns. "The Left Arm of Commerce" is the result of Dublin City Council Culture Company's inaugural creative residency in partnership with the King's Inns, which began in September 2019.
The King's Inns Law Review has announced special €500 prizes for the best articles submitted for inclusion in its 10th anniversary edition. The KILR is published independent by the students of the King's Inns every year to promote and foster legal scholarship across Ireland.
The King's Inns has announced the appointment of Diane Sutton as its new member relations officer. Ms Sutton, who joined the King's Inns in September 2019, will be responsible for developing member services for benchers, judges, senior counsel, barristers, and barrister–at–law students.
Ms Justice Mary Faherty will join a panel discussion on "workers' rights in the 21st century" at the launch of the ninth volume of the King's Inns Law Review next week. The Review's second annual lecture will see an expert panel of contributors discuss the timely issue of workers' rights in a
Bar trainees at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) at Queen's University Belfast have won this year's Eoin Higgins Memorial Moot. The annual competition, held in memory of the late judge Sir Eoin Higgins, sees IPLS trainees face off against their counterparts at the King's Inns.
A group of students at the King's Inns are collecting Christmas gifts for children and families in Direct Provision centres in Dublin. A fundraising appeal has been launched by the students in conjunction with the Movement for Asylum Seekers in Ireland (MASI).
The King's Inns has congratulated barrister-at-law graduates on being called to the Bar this week. Cillian Bracken, Simon Gillespie and Clare Kelly, pictured above, were among the new barristers called by the Chief Justice of Ireland, Mr Justice Frank Clarke.
Law librarian Renate Ní Uigín has been elected president of the British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL). Ms Ní Uigín, a former solicitor who subsequently retrained as a librarian, has been the King's Inns librarian since 2014 and previously worked at the B