Irish Law Updates

Monday, March 22, 2010

Forthcoming Legal Events

Mon.22 March 2010:
Irish Prison Law and the ECHR - Dublin
http://www.iprt.ie/contents/1583

Wed.24 March 2010:
Family Law and the EU - Irish Society for European Law - Dublin
http://www.isel.ie/index.php?option=com_gigcal&Itemid=60

Wed. 24 March 2010:
Positive Obligations and the European Convention on Human Rights - Queen's University Belfast
http://www.law.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofLaw/NewsandEvents/Events/

29-31 March 2010:
Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference - Cambridge
http://www.lawteacher.ac.uk/events/?id=18

29-30 March 2010:
British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA) Conference 2010 - Vienna
http://www.univie.ac.at/RI/BILETA2010/

Fri.2 April 2010:
Closing Date for Call for Papers, Fourth Legal Education Symposium, University of Limerick

School of Law
University of Limerick

FOURTH LEGAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM

Call for Papers

Dear Colleagues,

The Fourth Legal Education Symposium will be hosted by University of Limerick on Friday, 14th May 2010.

In addition to the plenary sessions, we will have some interesting workshops, as is usual at the symposia.

There are eight topics below and I welcome your proposals for papers and contributions in respect of these. Those themes which inspire most interest will run as workshops.

Each presenter should anticipate a delivery time of approximately 15 minutes, to leave some additional time for questions and discussion.

The possible themes are:

Interdisciplinary law degrees
Clinical legal education

E-learning
Integration of teaching and research

Law teacher as mentor
Law for non-law students

Engaging students with the curriculum
Undergraduate legal writing

Interested parties should submit an abstract of their presentation before Friday 2nd April. The abstract should consist of a 300-500 word description of content and be sent to sinead.eaton@ul.ie .

Holmes O�Malley Sexton, Solicitors have kindly agreed to sponsor the Fourth Legal Education Symposium.

Fri-Sat.9-10 Apr.2010:
Law Society Annual Conference - Kilkenny
http://tinyurl.com/lawsoc-kilkenny

Fri-Sat.9-10 Apr.2010:
Corporations and Armed Conflict: The Role of International Law - NUI Galway
http://www.nuigalway.ie/human_rights/upcomingconferences.html

Mon.12 April 2010:
The Arbitration Act 2010 - Dublin
http://www.arbitration.ie/events.php?pid=viewevent&event_id=49

Fri.16 April 2010:
Public interest law in action: using law to face current challenges - Dublin
http://bit.ly/flac-16apr2010

Fri.16 April 2010:
Deadline for call for papers: The Children�s Convention at 21: The Rights of the Child Come of Age? - University of Ulsetr (Magee)
http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/law/conf1/


Sat. 17 April 2010:
Symposium on Jurisprudence and Legal Theory - University College Cork
http://tinyurl.com/juris-cork-2010

Wed.21 April 2010:
Fatherhood, Law and Personal Life: Rethinking Debates about Fathers and Law - Inaugural Annual Law and Society Lecture, School of Law and Government, Dublin City University
http://bit.ly/dcu-apr-2010

Thu.22 Apr.'10:
Law and the Environment Conference - University College Cork
http://www.ucc.ie/en/lawsite/eventsandnews/events/

Fri.23 April 2010:
Financial Services Update: Regulation and Acquisitions - Irish Centre for European Law - Dublin
http://www.icel.ie/events_currentprogramme.php

Sat.24 April 2010:
International and Comparative Perspectives on Employment and Disability Law - NUI Galway
http://www.nuigalway.ie/cdlp/ICPED/welcome.html

Thu.29 Apr.'10
Borders of Justice: Locating the Law in Times of Transition - UCC Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights Postgraduate Conference 2010 - University College Cork
http://www.ucc.ie/en/ccjhr/

Sat.1 May 2010:
Deadline for Call for Papers - 'Subjects Before the Law: Membership, Recognition and the Religious Dimensions of Women's Citizenship - Cork
http://www.ucc.ie/en/ccjhr/fullstory,97939,en.html

3-4 May 2010:
Annual Seminar on EU Law 2010 - ERA, Trier, Germany
http://www.era.int

Fri.7 May 2010:
Using international law: the European Social Charter and UN treaty body complaints procedures - Dublin
http://bit.ly/flac-7May2010

Fri.14 May 2010:
Symposium: Towards a Gender Recognition Framework for Ireland - Cork
http://www.ucc.ie/en/ccjhr/fullstory,97981,en.html

Fri.14 May 2010:
Legal Education Symposium - University of Limerick
http://tinyurl.com/legaled-14may10

Sat.15 May 2010:
Trial by Media- Media and the Criminal Law - Irish Criminal Bar Association Conference
http://www.icba.ie/news-events/

Fri.28 May 2010:
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners Ireland Annual Conference - Restructuring Family Affairs in 2010 - Dublin
http://www.step.ie/newsevents.php?id=81

Thu.-Fri. 3-4 June 2010:
Current Problematic Issues in the Law of the Sea - Trinity College Dublin
http://www.tcd.ie/Law/Events/LawoftheSea.php

Thu.-Fri. 3-4 June 2010:
Mastering Law: Conflicts, Challenges and Solutions in Today's Society - N.U.I Galway Law Society Conference, Faculty of Law
http://www.masteringlaw.org

10-12 June 2010:
British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL) Annual Conference - Brighton
http://www.biall.org.uk/events.php

17-19 June 2010:
Regulation in the Age of Crisis: ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance Biennial Conference - Dublin
http://regulation.upf.edu/index.php?id=dublin_2010

19-20 June 2010:
The Children�s Convention at 21: The Rights of the Child Come of Age? - University of Ulster (Magee)
http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/law/conf1/

Mon.-Tue. 21-22 June 2010:
North-South Criminology Conference - University of Ulster
http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/policy/conference/

5-23 July 2010:
E Law Summer Institute 2010 - University College Cork Faculty of Law
http://www.ucc.ie/en/lawsite/students/elsi/

Thu.9 Sep.2010:
Subjects Before the Law: Membership, Recognition and the Religious Dimensions of Women's Citizenship - Cork
http://www.ucc.ie/en/ccjhr/fullstory,97939,en.html

13-16 Sept.2010:
Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2010 - Southampton
http://www.legalscholars.ac.uk/southampton/index.cfm

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