Irish Law Updates

Monday, March 22, 2010

Forthcoming Legal Events

Mon.22 March 2010:
Irish Prison Law and the ECHR - Dublin

Wed.24 March 2010:
Family Law and the EU - Irish Society for European Law - Dublin

Wed. 24 March 2010:
Positive Obligations and the European Convention on Human Rights - Queen's University Belfast

29-31 March 2010:
Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference - Cambridge

29-30 March 2010:
British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA) Conference 2010 - Vienna

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

School of Law
University of Limerick


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

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 .

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

Fri-Sat.9-10 Apr.2010:
Corporations and Armed Conflict: The Role of International Law - NUI Galway

Mon.12 April 2010:
The Arbitration Act 2010 - Dublin

Fri.16 April 2010:
Public interest law in action: using law to face current challenges - Dublin

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)

Sat. 17 April 2010:
Symposium on Jurisprudence and Legal Theory - University College Cork

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

Thu.22 Apr.'10:
Law and the Environment Conference - University College Cork

Fri.23 April 2010:
Financial Services Update: Regulation and Acquisitions - Irish Centre for European Law - Dublin

Sat.24 April 2010:
International and Comparative Perspectives on Employment and Disability Law - NUI Galway

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

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

3-4 May 2010:
Annual Seminar on EU Law 2010 - ERA, Trier, Germany

Fri.7 May 2010:
Using international law: the European Social Charter and UN treaty body complaints procedures - Dublin

Fri.14 May 2010:
Symposium: Towards a Gender Recognition Framework for Ireland - Cork,97981,en.html

Fri.14 May 2010:
Legal Education Symposium - University of Limerick

Sat.15 May 2010:
Trial by Media- Media and the Criminal Law - Irish Criminal Bar Association Conference

Fri.28 May 2010:
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners Ireland Annual Conference - Restructuring Family Affairs in 2010 - Dublin

Thu.-Fri. 3-4 June 2010:
Current Problematic Issues in the Law of the Sea - Trinity College Dublin

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

10-12 June 2010:
British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL) Annual Conference - Brighton

17-19 June 2010:
Regulation in the Age of Crisis: ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance Biennial Conference - Dublin

19-20 June 2010:
The Children�s Convention at 21: The Rights of the Child Come of Age? - University of Ulster (Magee)

Mon.-Tue. 21-22 June 2010:
North-South Criminology Conference - University of Ulster

5-23 July 2010:
E Law Summer Institute 2010 - University College Cork Faculty of Law

Thu.9 Sep.2010:
Subjects Before the Law: Membership, Recognition and the Religious Dimensions of Women's Citizenship - Cork,97939,en.html

13-16 Sept.2010:
Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2010 - Southampton

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Forthcoming Events

The list of forthcoming Irish Law events has been updated. The full list appears here. To subscribe to the Irish Law site e-mail updates list, fill in the form here. Sample events on the list:

Thu.19 Nov.'09:
Mental Health in Prison - Dublin

Sat. 21 Nov.'09:
Economic, Social and Cultural Rights � Making States Accountable - Annual Human Rights Conference of the IHRC and the Law Society of Ireland, Dublin

Wed.25 Nov.'09:
Constitutional Courts and the Lisbon Treaty - ISEL 7th Annual Brian Walsh Memorial Lecture, Dublin

Thu.26 Nov.'09:
ECHR Update: The Recent Use of the ECHR in the Courts, Procedure, Remedies and Analysis - Dublin

Thu.26 Nov.2009:
A Comparatist�s Analysis of the Convergence of Legal Systems - Dublin

Thu.26 Nov. 2009:
National Asset Management Agency - UCD Commercial Law Centre, Dublin

Fri. 27 Nov.2009:
Assessing Liability in Asset Management - Placing the Legal Principles in their Financial Context - UCD Commercial Law Centre, Dublin

Sat. 28 Nov.'09:
Aspects of Asylum and Immigration Law - The Bar Council of Ireland, Dublin

Sat.28 Nov.'09
Recent Developments in Irish Defamation Law, Including the Defamation Act 2009 - School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, CPD Conference

Mon.30 Nov.'09:
The Intel Decision - ISEL Competition Law Forum, Dublin

Mon.30 Nov.'09:
Launch of IPRT report on Detention of Children - Dublin

Tue.1 Dec.'09:
FLAC Third Annual Dave Ellis Memorial Lecture

Wed.2 Dec.2009:
Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 - UCD Commercial Law Centre, Dublin

Thu.-Fri.3-4 Dec.2009:
Police Governance and Accountability, Limerick

Thu.-Fri.3-4 Dec.'09:
Intensive Course on Planning Law (Including Developments on Strategic Infrastructure, Habitats and the New Planning Bill 2009) - Centre for Environmental Law, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, CPD Course

Sat.5 Dec.'09:
Meeting the Challenges - New Ways of Doing Business. Speakers: K Erwin, Mediators'Institute of Ireland; J Maguire Collaborative Law; P Marrinan Quinn SC Conflict & Dispute Resolution Diploma TCD: T O'Riordan Manager Public Interest Law Project FLAC. Irish Women Lawyers' Association, Dublin.

Sat.5 Dec.'09:
Tort Litigation: Recent Developments - School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, CPD Conference

Fri.11 Dec.'09:
Intensive Course on Waste Law including the New Waste Directive - Centre for Environmental Law and Policy, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, CPD Course

5-6 March 2010:
Irish Society of Comparative Law Annual Conference, Belfast

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Sunday, March 08, 2009

Events for next three weeks (from 9 March 2009)

Wednesday 11 March 2009:
"Judging Judges under the HRA 1998: A Reply to Keith Ewing" - Belfast

Thu. 12 March 2009:
Dr. Mia Swart, �Judicial Lawmaking at the Ad Hoc Tribunals� - Galway

Thu.-Fri. 12-13 March 2009:
Academy of European Law, Trier
Annual Conference on European Labour Law 2009

Friday, 13th March 2009:
Third Legal Education Symposium - UCD School of Law, Dublin

Fri. 13 Mar. '09:
EUROJUST's Tasks and Objectives - Jarlath Spellman, EUROJUST, National Member for Ireland - Criminal Justice Seminar, School of Law, University of Limerick
Seminar Room A1052, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
All are welcome to attend. There is no fee.

Tue. 24 March 2009:
Update on Enduring Powers of Attorney - STEP, Dublin

Thu. 26 March 2009:
The Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill 2008 - implications for migrant women in Ireland - Irish Women Lawyers Association Seminar, Limerick

Other Events:

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Tuesday, October 28, 2008


I've updated the list of Irish Law events here:

New events include the following:

Tuesday 4th November 2008:
On Lawyers, their obligations and the Cicero Collection at King's Inns Library - Hugh M Fitzpatrick Lecture in Legal Bibliography
King's Inns, Henrietta Street, Dublin

Fri. 7 Nov. 2008:
Virtual Reality: Towards the Electronic Conveyance - Law Society, Dublin

Sat. 8 Nov. 2008:
Annual Human Rights Conference 2008 - Law Society, Dublin

Tue.11 Nov. '08:
Economic Evidence In Merger Cases - Irish Society for European Law
CPD certificates will be available on request. Pre-registration at is required due to a limit on numbers.
Venue: Eugene F Collins, 3 Burlington Road, Dublin 4

Wednesday 12 November 2008:
Internationalising Common Law Courts
Queen's University Belfast

Thu. 13 Nov. 2008:
Recent Cases on Race Discrimination - University of Limerick

Mon. 17 Nov. 2008:
The Impact of European Law on the Corporate World - A Conference to Celebrate 20 Years of ICEL - Irish Centre for European Law, Dublin

Wednesday 19th November, 2008:
Prudential Regulation after the Credit Crunch: The Revised EU Capital Requirements Directive - Irish Centre for Commercial Law Studies, University College Dublin

Fri.-Sat. 5-6 Dec. 2008:
Legal Processes Beyond the State - University College Dublin Legal Research Conference 2008: A Conference for Postgraduates

Mon.-Tue. 8-9 Dec. 2008:
Intensive Course on Planning Law - Law School, Trinity College Dublin

Friday 12th December, 2008:
Transfer of Undertakings - A Practical Guide - University College Dublin

Fri.-Sat.27-28 Feb. 2009:
Irish Society of Comparative Law Conference - Limerick


Friday, September 12, 2008

Judicial Diversity Seminar - Dublin, 18 Sept. 2008

Baroness Usha Prashar
Judicial Diversity: Strategies for Change
Evening Seminar

Keynote Speaker:

Baroness Usha Prashar CBE, Chairman, Judicial Appointments Commission, United Kingdom
6 - 8pm, Thursday, 18 September 2008

Venue: The Atrium, Law Library, Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7

Organised by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) and the Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, University College Cork (UCC)

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) and the Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights at University College Cork are organising an evening seminar on judicial diversity. The purpose of the event is to open up a discussion about the possibilities of achieving greater judicial diversity in Ireland.

This seminar is aimed at members of the judiciary, practitioners, parliamentarians, policy makers, academics, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), students and anyone interested in judicial diversity.

The event is scheduled to take place from 6-8pm on Thursday, 18 September 2008 in the Atrium, the Law Library, Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7.

Baroness Usha Prahsar CBE, Chair of the United Kingdom's Judicial Appointments Commission is the keynote speaker for this event. Other speakers include: Professor Kate Malleson, School of Law, Queen Mary University of London and Dermot Feenan, School of Law, University of Ulster

If you are interested in attending this event please RSVP to Joanne Garvey, ICCL Administrator by 5pm on Monday, 15 September 2008, Tel: (01) 799 4504 or Email:

The Speakers

Baroness Usha Prashar CBE is Chairman of the United Kingdom's Judicial Appointments Commission, a Governor of the Ditchley Foundation, a non-executive Director of ITV, Trustee of Cumberland Lodge, non-executive Director of the Cabinet Office, a Governor of Ashridge College, President of the Community Foundation Network, President of UK Council for International Student Affairs and a Patron, The Runnymede Trust.

Her previous posts include First Civil Service Commissioner, Chairman of the Royal Commonwealth Society, Chancellor of De Montfort University, Executive Chairman of the Parole Board for England and Wales, Director of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Chairman of the National Literacy Trust and Director of the Runnymede Trust. She sits in the House of Lords as a cross-bencher.

Professor Kate Malleson joined the Queens Mary School of Law in 2005. Before coming to QM she taught at the London School of Economics. Her main research interests are the judiciary, the legal system and the constitution. She is currently working with colleagues at UCL on a three-year AHRC funded project on the selection process of the international judiciary. The project will identify and analyse the criteria and procedures by which judges are nominated and elected to the international courts.

She has a particular interest in the current constitutional reforms in the UK and acted as a specialist adviser to the House of Commons Constitutional Affairs Select Committee assisting it in its review of the provisions of the Constitutional Reform Bill. She also gave oral evidence to the House of Lords select committee on the Bill and last year was asked by the House of Lords Constitution Committee to provide a written report on the effect of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 on the relationship between the judiciary, Parliament and the executive. In 2006-7 she chaired a JUSTICE committee on 'A Bill of Rights for Britain' which reviewed the problematic legal and political issues involved in assessing whether or not there is a case for creating a specific British bill of rights.

Dermot Feenan is a Lecturer in the Law School, University of Ulster. He was Co-chair of the International Research Collaborative on Gender and Judging, 2006-2007, set up under the auspices of the Law and Society Association, which hosted sessions at the Society's Annual Meeting in Baltimore, 2006, and its joint meeting in Berlin 2007 with several other socio-legal associations worldwide. He has held visiting positions at a number of universities, including: Cornell, Keele, Melbourne, Monash, Oxford, and Trinity College, Dublin.

He is currently completing a paper for publication on the topic of women's experiences as judges, as revealed in his research on Northern Ireland and as reported in the literature, in order to enhance knowledge and understanding of law, legal authority and diversity. He is also designing a research project on women judges' experiences in three common-law countries, which will lead to further publication.

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Privacy in the Virtual World - Dublin, 27 June 2008

Darklight Film Festival 2008 - Dublin, Ireland


Letting It All Hang Out: Privacy Vs. Publicity In The Virtual World

Film Base, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin

Friday 27 June 2008
10 - 11.30 am

For a new generation of 'digital natives' privacy is no longer a requirement. Web 2.0 has brought with it a transformation in how we view the need for privacy and engage with the public realm - but at what cost? The discussion will be prefaced by a keynote address from Daniel J. Solove, Associate Professor of law at the George Washington University Law School, and author of The Digital Person: Technology and Privacy In the Information Age. Chaired by Irish Times writer Karlin Lillington, the panel will also feature Irish blogging guru Damien Mulley and solicitor/digital rights expert Caroline Campbell.

Issues to be considered include:
* Can bloggers say what they like?
* What's wrong with having nothing to hide?
* Who is really stalking you on Facebook? .. Does anyone care anymore?
* Is there a generation gap in approaches to online privacy?

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Thursday, June 05, 2008

Reforming Laws on Sexual Violence: UCC Event on 27 June

Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights
Faculty of Law, University College Cork
Annual Criminal Law Conference
"Reforming Laws on Sexual Violence: International Perspectives"
Friday 27th June 2008

Speakers include:
Judge T Doherty (Special Court Sierra Leone);
Kelly D. Askin (Open Society Justice Initiative);
Madeleine Rees (OHCHR - Bosnia Herzegovina) ;
Doris Buss (Carleton University, Canada);
Fionnuala Ni Aol�in (TJI Uslter / Minnesota);
Penny Andrews (Valparaiso Uni / South Africa);
Amira Khair (ICC Women / Sudan);
Milena Pires (Govt of Timor-Leste);
B. Klappe (Netherlands Defence Academy);
O. Barbour (Irish Defence Forces);
Thomas O'Malley (NUI Galway);
James Hamilton (Director of Public Prosecutions);
Martha Fineman (Emory University, USA);
Nora Owen (Commission for Victims of Crime)

Venue: Aula Maxima, University College Cork
Time: 10.15am- 6.00 pm (Registration and Tea / Coffee from 9.30am)
CPD Group Study 6.5 points
Further details and booking form at:
RSVP: June 20th 2008

This conference is organised with the support of the Department of Foreign Affairs and will be the first event of the Irish Government's Chair of the Human Security Network (

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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Forthcoming Events

I've updated the list of forthcoming events at

Forthcoming events include:

Saturday, 1 March 2008
Legal Issues Facing School Principals and Teachers in 2008: Some Practical Solutions - School of Law, Trinity College Dublin

Saturday, 8 March 2008
25 Years of Protection? Article 40.3.3, the Unborn Child and Abortion in Ireland

Sat. 8 March 2008
Freedom of Information: A 2008 Update - School of Law, Trinity College Dublin

Thursday, 13 March 2008
Children and the Law - Law School, Trinity College Dublin

16 - 18 March 2008
Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference - Oxford

Thursday-Friday, 3-4 April 2008
Youth Justice 2008: An International Conference, Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, University College Cork

4-5 April 2008
Exploring the Limits of a Judge's Power - Belfast

Fri. 11 April 2008
Law Faculty Annual Distinguished Lecture for 2008 - NUI Galway
The Right Honourable Baroness Hale of Richmond and Mrs. Justice Catherine McGuinness

1 May 2008
Postgraduate Conference on Criminal Justice and Human Rights - UCC Faculty of Law

Sun.-Tue. 8-10 June 2008
International Council for Commercial Arbitration Conference, Dublin

Thursday-Friday, 12-13 June2008
British and Irish Association of Law Librarians Conference 2008 - Dublin

Mon.-Tue. 23 and 24 June 2008
Reflections on Irish Criminology North and South: Learning and Challenges for the Future
Dublin Institute of Technology

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Friday, September 28, 2007

The Latest from UCC Law Faculty ...

The UCC Law Faculty Newsletter 2007 is now available here.

Forthcoming UCC Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights (CCJHR) events are listed here.

These include:

Thanks to Fiona De Londras, the new CCJHR blog is here.

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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Forthcoming Irish Law Events

The latest Irish Law Update is available here.

It includes forthcoming events such as the following:

Fri. Sep 7, 2007
Preventing Ill-Treatment - Ireland and the OPCAT - Irish Council for Civil Liberties, Dublin Seminar on Optional Protocol to the United Nations Convention Against Torture (OPCAT)

Mon. Sep 17, 2007
Recent Developments in Medical Negligence - Law Society Seminar, Dublin

Sat. Sep 29, 2007
50 Years of the Treaty of Rome: Reflecting on Past Achievements and Future Challenges - Faculty of Law, NUI Galway

Sun. Sep 30 � Tue. Oct 2, 2007
Ireland, Gateway between the United States and the European Union - ABA Conference, Dublin

Wed. Oct 3, 2007
Obstacles to Harmonisation of International Maritime Law - Irish Maritime Law Association, Dublin

Sat. Oct 6, 2007
Equality, Legislation and the Constitution - Faculty of Law, NUI Galway

Tue. Oct 9, 2007
Consumer Protection Act 2007 - An Overview - Law Society Seminar, Dublin

Mon. Oct 15, 2007
Anti-Money Laundering Conference - IIR Conferences, Dublin
Quote VIP Code KM1976IRLWW for 10% discount when booking.

Tue. Oct 16, 2007
Restorative Justice - Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development Conference, Dublin

Tue. Oct 16, 2007
Data Protection Conference - IIR Conferences, Dublin
Quote VIP Code KM1976IRLWW for 10% discount when booking.

Wed. Oct 17, 2007
Corporate Governance Conference - IIR Conferences, Dublin
Quote VIP Code KM1976IRLWW for 10% discount when booking.

Fri.-Sun. Oct 19-21, 2007
Politics and the Law - Political Studies Association of Ireland, Dublin

Wed. Oct 24, 2007
Residential Tenancies and Commercial Leases - Law Society Seminar, Dublin

Fri. Nov 2, 2007
The Impact of the Fight against Terrorism on EU Law - Academy of European Law (ERA) Seminar, Dublin

Thu. Nov 8, 2007
Environmental and Planning Law - Law Society Seminar, Cork

Sat. Nov 17, 2007
Law and Mental Health - Faculty of Law, NUI Galway

Wed. Nov 21, 2007
Criminal Justice Act 2007: A Bridge Too Far? - Law Society Seminar, Dublin

Fri. Nov 23, 2007
The Enforcement of National and EC Competition Laws in Member States: Consistency, Coherence and Diversity, Dublin
Joint Conference of the Irish Society for European Law and the UK Association for European Law

Fri. Nov 30, 2007
Troubleshooting Areas in Family Law Practice - Law Society Conference, Dublin

For the full list of forthcoming events, go to

To join the Irish Law Updates e-mail list (received by 2,130 people), go to

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Friday, July 13, 2007

Advertising Law in the Information Age event

We've been busy running the third E Law Summer Institute. The Press release is here.

As part of the Institute, we have a guest lecture, open to all, as follows:

Advertising Law in the Information Age

Douglas Wood, Attorney, Reed Smith, New York

Wednesday 1 August 2007, 9.00 a.m.

Full details are here.

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Monday, April 16, 2007

New IrishLaw Update Published

A new IrishLaw Update has been published and is available at

This includes a list of forthocoming events such as the following:

Tue.24 Apr.'07: Competition and the Legal Profession - Irish Centre for European Law Conference, Dublin

Wed. 25 Apr.'07 - Personal Injury Claims: A Review of Recent Developments - Law Society seminar, Dublin

Thu.26 Apr.'07: Law and the Environment 2007 - Fifth Annual Conference for Environmental Professionals, Faculty of Law, University College Cork

Thu.26 Apr.'07: Evidence in Early Irish Law: What do the Documents Tell Us? - Lecture by Professor Fergus Kelly - Sixteenth Hugh M. Fitzpatrick Lecture in Legal Bibliography - Dublin

Mon.30 Apr.'07: Bi-lingualism in the Courts and in Legislation - Bar Council CPD Seminar, Dublin. This CPD event is of interest to legal practitioners with an interest in the Irish language.Attendance is open and free of charge. Taking place in the Morrison hotel, Ormond Quay, Dublin 1 at 4.30 pm

Wed.2 May'07: "What's wrong with the European Convention on Human Rights?" - Professor Steven Greer - Belfast

Thu.3 May '07: Postgraduate Conference on Criminal Justice and Human Rights - Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University College Cork

Fri.-Sun.4-6 May'07: Law and Politics A Contemporary and Brehon Perspective - Burren Law School 2007, Clare

Thu.10 May'07: The Protection of Human Rights in the War on Terror - Human Rights Lecture by Baroness Helena Kennedy QC - Law Society Third Annual Human Rights Lecture, Law Society, Blackhall Place, Dublin - see Forthcoming Events
Attendance is free, but prior booking is recommended. Please contact to register.

Tue.15 May'07: Public Lecture by Professor Richard Fallon, Harvard Law School entitled 'Reflections on the Morality and Legality of Coercive Interrogation by the US' - Harvard Law School Association of Ireland in association with School of Law Trinity College Dublin. Trinity College Dublin, Room 21.
Lecture begins at 6.30pm. Professor Fallon is a leading scholar on US constitutional law.

Tue.15 May'07 - Competition Law : Key Issues for the General Practitioner - Law Society seminar, Dublin

Thu.17 May'07 - Mergers, Acquisitions and Disposals of Irish Legal Practices in a Changing Market - Law Society seminar, Dublin

Fri.18 May '07: Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners Annual Conference 2007

Wed.23 May '07: Annual Family Law Conference - Law Society event, Clontarf, Dublin

Fri.29 Jun'07: Annual Criminal Conference, Faculty of Law, UCC, Cork

Wed.18 Jul.'07: Public Consultation on Law Reform Commission's Third Programme of Law Reform - Dublin Castle

9 July- 3 August '07: E Law Summer Institute - University College Cork Law Faculty