Trinity College Dublin Law Society has announced the launch of a new alumni network, sponsored by A&L Goodbody. The initiative aims to allow alumni to reconnect at social events as well as building a community encompassing alumni and current students to support and learn from each other.
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Mr Justice George Birmingham has been appointed by ministers as Trinity College Dublin's new judicial visitor. He takes up the position following the resignation of Dr Justice Maureen Harding-Clark, who has held the post since 2009 and has now been appointed to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
The law schools at Trinity College Dublin and Maynooth University have been recognised for their commitment to advance gender equality for students and staff. Both schools have attained the Athena SWAN Bronze Award from Advance HE, which has never before been awarded to a law school in the State.
The Maples Group has announced its sponsorship of The Eagle, a legal publication run by students at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). The sponsorship is part of a programme supporting a number of student initiatives across national universities and the Maples Group say they are
Access to justice "not only makes for better law, but for better democracy", Mr Justice John MacMenamin told law students from across Europe at a conference in Dublin. The Supreme Court judge delivered the Brian Lenihan Memorial Address at the 12th Annual Law Student Colloqium at Trinity College Dub
McCann FitzGerald's decades-long support of Trinity College Dublin has been recognised with the name of the law firm being inscribed on the Benefactors' Frieze that adorns the entrance to the university's dining hall. The inscription was unveiled at a celebration of the firm's support and, in partic
Law students at Trinity College Dublin have raised over €12,500 for mental health charity Jigsaw.
Law professors at Trinity College Dublin have differed over the question of whether a university newspaper was justified in covertly recording an alleged initiation ceremony to a student society, Independent.ie reports. The University Times said it acted in the public interest and cited the High Cou