Less than half of organisations actively considered diversity and inclusion (D&I) when designing their hybrid working policies, with the real impact of hybrid working on D&I in the workplace set to take a number of years to fully understand, a survey by Matheson suggests. The law firm survey
Michael A. Becker has joined Trinity College Dublin School of Law as an assistant professor of international human rights law. Mr Becker has a broad background in public international law and human rights. His research interests includes international courts and tribunals, fact-finding bodies and co
A new mentorship programme for women studying law at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) is set to be launched later this year. The initiative is led by Trinity Women in Law (TWIL), a subcommittee of the Trinity College Law Society founded in 2019 and sponsored by A&L Goodbody.
Former chief justice Susan Denham has been conferred with an honorary degree by Trinity College Dublin. The degree, Trinity’s highest honour, was awarded by Chancellor Dr Mary McAleese on Friday in a ceremony conducted in Latin in the historic Public Theatre.
Legal experts have urged the government to clarify its relationship with NPHET and ensure democratic oversight of public health measures introduced to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic in Ireland. A comprehensive 142-page report from the Covid-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory at Trinity College Dublin
Ireland's first Chinese-born barrister, Fei Liang, will receive the prestigious Trinity Praeses Elit Award this week. Ms Liang made history earlier this month when she was called to The Bar of Ireland. She moved to Ireland in 2008 and qualified as an accountant in 2014 before studying for the bar.
Trinity Law School has announced the appointment of Professor Félix Mezzanotte as a new member of the teaching faculty. Professor Mezzanotte will teach courses at TCD in insolvency law and financial services law. His research has addressed legal problems in the areas of investor protection, E
Trinity FLAC has appealed for student volunteers for a summer research project on technology and access to justice. The project, open to students from all years, alumni, Master's students and those on Erasmus, seeks to examine the potential use of IT in the legal sector to further social justice.
Matheson, in association with Trinity College Dublin (TCD), has named law student Niall Brennan as the 2020 winner of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship. The scholarship is open to second-year undergraduate law students at TCD who are either on the Higher Education Access Route (HE
A podcast hosted by three law students at Trinity College Dublin has been named Ireland's best student podcast.
Legal tech expert Professor Richard Susskind OBE will launch his new book, Online Courts and the Future of Justice, in Dublin next week. He will be speaking at the final instalment of Trinity College Law Review's Distinguished Speaker series in the Graduates Memorial Building, Trinity College on Tue
Former Irish president Professor Mary McAleese has been officially named the next chancellor of Trinity College Dublin. The Belfast-born former barrister previously held the position of Reid professor of criminal law, criminology and penology at the university from 1975 to 1987 and has been involved
Privacy activist Max Schrems will address Trinity students at an upcoming event hosted by Trinity College Law Review and Trinity College Law Society, in association with Arthur Cox and Eversheds Sutherland. The activist, known for his successful legal campaign against the Safe Harbour Agreement in 2
Former Irish president Professor Mary McAleese is expected to be nominated as the next chancellor of Trinity College Dublin, according to reports. The Belfast-born barrister, who served as the eighth president of Ireland from 1997 to 2011, is frontrunner to succeed Mary Robinson – the seventh
Law students at Trinity College Dublin have raised over €12,500 for mental health charity Jigsaw.