Would you like to experience what it’s like to study law at King’s Inns? The Diploma in Legal Studies is a two–year course involving the study of law. Primarily aimed at people who would like to qualify as barristers but who do not yet hold a Law qualification, the course also attracts students with a general interest in the Law.
The 20th Annual Conference of the Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development on the theme of “The Brexit Impact on Criminal Justice Co–operation in Ireland” will take place on Friday, 6th October, 2017, in The Spencer Hotel, Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin 1.
Private Enforcement of Competition Law Conference 2017
A major international conference on ‘Private Enforcement of Competition Law’ will take place on Friday 6 October 2017 at the Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre. This conference will bring together world–renowned experts to address critical topics in the private enforcement of competition law, including the growth of private enforcement, the Damages Directive, claimant awareness and collective redress, discovery, settlement, contribution, passing on, and US and civil law experience of private enforcement.
Château du Tertre and Château Giscours at King’s Inns
One of the most outstanding children’s charities in Ireland, Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, will be hosting a Château du Tertre and Château Giscours Dinner on Thursday, May 25th, here in King’s Inns at 7.15pm.
King’s Inns Law Review Call for Submissions Volume VII
The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is currently accepting submissions for its seventh volume. Articles, case–notes or commentaries will be considered for publication in Volume VII of the KILR. There will be a prize for the best article published in Volume VII.
The Denham Fellowship, named after The Hon. Mrs. Justice Susan Denham, Chief Justice, assists two aspiring barristers annually who come from socio–economically disadvantaged backgrounds to gain access to professional legal education at the King’s Inns and professional practice at the Law Library.
“Bunreacht na hÉireann – Liberty’s Bulwark in an Age of Uncertainty” by Declan Harmon, LSDSI Auditor 2016/17
On Tuesday, 21st February 2017, our 187th Auditor of the Law Students’ Debating Society of Ireland (LSDSI), Declan Harmon, addressed an audience at King’s Inns for his Inaugural Address. This year’s Address was titled “Bunreacht na hÉireann – Liberty’s Bulwark in an Age of Uncertainty”.
This years Niall McCarthy debate was won by Maria Brosnan, BL student at King’s Inns, who had to defend the proposition that ‘President Trump will make America great again`. Maria gave a storming performance that included a promise to emulate President Trump by building a Great Wall to defend the borders of her native County Kerry.
An Updated History of The Honorable Society of King’s Inns
An updated history of The Honorable Society of King’s Inns has been recently published. The text, written by Professor Colum Kenny, spans the period from the Society’s foundation in 1541 through to education in the 21st century, and includes a number of areas such as women at King’s Inns, parliament at King’s Inns and James Gandon’s new Kings Inns, all enhanced by a number of illustrations.
The Bar of Ireland launches new ‘Denham Fellowship’
The Bar of Ireland in association with The Honorable Society of King’s Inns, will provide financial, educational and professional support to two aspiring barristers from socio–economically disadvantaged backgrounds on an annual basis.
Notice of Decision of Benchers to Suspend Mr Paul McLoughlin, Barrister–at–Law
Pursuant to Rule 37(4) of the Society, notice is hereby given that the Bar Council made the following complaints to the Disciplinary Committee of the Society in relation to Mr Paul McLoughlin (described in the complaints as the Respondent).