Students at King’s Inns raise funds for the Capuchins Day Centre and families in Direct Provision
Coordinated by Conor Rock, our new LSDSI (The Law Students’ Debating Society of Ireland) Auditor, students on the Diploma in Legal Studies and Barrister–at–Law Degree organised a magnificent Christmas Carol Service in the King’s Inns Dining Hall on Tuesday 3 December 2019.
The King’s Inns Library acquired an unusual but beautiful addition to their collection
The King’s Inns Library acquired an unusual but beautiful addition to their Library collection on Wednesday 11 December 2019, when a signed copy of Bláthanna: Irish Spaces in Flowers was presented by the authors to King’s Inns.
Would you like to know what it’s like to be a student on the Diploma in Legal Studies? From noon till 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 8, 2020, King’s Inns will offer prospective students an exclusive chance to experience life as a Diploma student by taking part in classes like those on the course.
Open Evening 2020 – Find out about our School of Law through presentations about our courses, the application process, student life, and career options. Hear from graduates on how studying at King’s Inns helped them with their professional lives.
Open Days 2020 – Find out about our School of Law through presentations about our courses, the application process, student life, and career options. Hear from graduates on how studying at King’s Inns helped them with their professional lives.
King’s Inns Leads Commemoration of First Equality Legislation
Commemorating the past and embracing the future, King’s Inns hosted a Celebratory Dinner on Saturday 30 November 2019 to launch a ‘Celebrating a Century’ event series marking 100 years since the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 was enacted on 23 December 1919.
Job Opportunity: Vacancy in Civil Service for Irish speaking Executive Officers.
Tá an Státseirbhís ag lorg daoine uaillmhianacha, cumasacha a bhfuil suim acu i ngnóthaí poiblí agus a chreideann i gcoincheap na seirbhíse poiblí agus atá in ann daoine a phleanáil agus a eagrú agus spriocanna agus aidhmeanna a sholáthar.
In today’s world, it is important to keep up with continuing developments. The employment law conference will be an invaluable opportunity for busy solicitors, barristers, in–house counsel, HR practitioners, trade union officials, and all those working in the area of employment law on a day–to–day basis, to inform themselves of the latest developments in employment law.
Seal oiliúna íoctha i bParlaimint na hEorpa (Márta – Iúil 2020)
Aon duine a bhfuil suim acu i seal oiliúna a dhéanamh mar oiliúnaí aistriúcháin Gaeilge i bParlaimint na hEorpa (Lucsamburg), is féidir leo iarratas chuige sin a dhéanamh ón 1 go 30 Samhain 2019. Is trí áit atá ar fáil don tréimhse ón 1 Márta – 31 Iúil 2020.
IWLA Blog Competition to Celebrate the First 100 Years of Women in Law
The theme for the inaugural IWLA Blog Competition is inspired by our celebrations commemorating 100 years since the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 which allowed women to become lawyers for the first time.
“Entering the Four Courts” Hanna Fine Art Limited Edition Print
The Irish Women Lawyers Association in partnership with legal publishers Hanna Fine Art is delighted to announce the forthcoming release of a fine art print of Irish artist Stephen McClean’s original oil on canvas – “Entering the Four Courts”– as part of our “Celebrating a Century” commemorations.
Wednesday 30 October: Seminar – Employment Opportunities in the EU for people with Irish
The European Commission and Ireland’s Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht are organising a full–day seminar aimed at informing potential candidates of these opportunities and providing concrete practical advice on preparing for selection procedures.
Translators Grade I, Grade II and Grade III at the House of the Oireachtas
The Houses of the Oireachtas Service are recruiting for the positions of Translator – Grade I, Grade II and Grade III in Rannóg an Aistriúcháin, the translation section of the Houses of the Oireachtas.
Dublin gets a new Cultural Quarter this Culture Night
Dublin’s North Inner City is thriving and for this year’s Culture Night, cultural organisations and buildings in Henrietta Street and Grangegorman are joining forces. Join us for free events as part of the annual all–island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts.
The new Editorial Board of the King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) cordially invites you to the official launch of Volume IX. The launch will take place in the Benchers’ Room, King’s Inns Dining Hall, on Thursday 19 September 2019 at 7pm.
Mooting at King’s Inns continues to go from strength to strength and remains a highlight of the extracurricular calendar. The 2018–19 academic year saw a busy schedule of mooting activities, internal competitions and more major success for teams representing the Inns in external competitions. Congratulations to all those who participated in another great year of mooting at the King’s Inns.
Job Opportunity: Legal Researcher for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is recruiting a Legal Researcher. Successful applicants must, on or before 5 September 2019, hold at least a qualification in Law at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications or a Level 8 qualification in another discipline plus a post graduate qualification in Law.
Job Opportunities: Judicial assistant to the Circuit Court (Cork, Dublin, and Leinster)
The Courts Service has excellent opportunities to work with the judiciary as a judicial assistant. The role is a three year contract which involves providing support to judges which can range from administrative, research and attending Court.
King’s Inns is delighted to take part in Culture Night 2019 on Friday 20 September. We are opening up our Dining Hall for free tours of the great Georgian building, designed by the eminent James Gandon and completed in 1806.
King’s Inns Law Review – Volume IX Call for Submissions
The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is now considering articles, case notes and commentaries for inclusion in its 9th Volume. For this edition, a prize of €500 will be awarded to the best article submitted. A further prize of €500 will be awarded to the best submission on the theme of ‘The Digital Economy and Workers’ Rights’. Prizes sponsored by Fórsa.
Ar smaoinigh tú fós ar ghairmréim nua rathúil le dlí trí Ghaeilge ag croí na hEorpa le hArd–Dioplóma sa Dlítheangeolaíocht
Míníonn Jennifer Moore, iarmhac léinn ar an gcúrsa Ard–Dioplóma sa Dlítheangeolaíocht agus san Aistriúchán Dlíthiúil agus dlítheangeolaí le Parlaimint na hEorpa sa Bhruiséil, mar a chuidigh an cúrsa agus an cháilíocht léi ina saol gairmiúil.
Tabhair faoi ghairmréim nua rathúil trí Ghaeilge ag croí na hEorpa le hArd–Dioplóma sa Aistriúchán Dlíthiúil ó Óstaí an Rí
Míníonn Ian Eglington, iarmhac léinn ar an gcúrsa Ard–Dioplóma san Aistriúchán Dlíthiúil agus aistritheoir leis an gCoimisiún Eorpach sa Bhruiséil, mar a chuidigh an cúrsa agus an cháilíocht leis ina shaol oibre agus gairmiúil.
Strengthen your career with an Advanced Diploma in Legal Practice through Irish from King’s Inns
Former student, and now senior counsel Ronan Munro SC, highlights the benefits of undertaking an Advanced Diploma in Legal Practice through Irish. The aim of the course is to enable legal practitioners to practice their profession through Irish as well as giving an insight into this area of law to professionals working with the Law and the Irish language.
Cuir ar do chumas an dlí a chleachtadh trí Ghaeilge agus cuir le do chuid deiseanna gairme dá réir
Míníonn Ronan Munro SC, iarmhac léinn ar an gcúrsa Ard–Dioplóma Dlí–Chleachtadh trí Ghaeilge agus abhcóide sinsir, mar a chuidigh an cúrsa agus an cháilíocht leis ina shaol oibre agus gairme. Is í aidhm an chúrsa seo cleachtóirí dlí a chumasú lena ngairm a chleachtadh trí Ghaeilge chomh maith le léargas ar an ngné seo de chúrsaí dlí a thabhairt do dhaoine gairmiúla a oibríonn leis an Dlí agus leis an nGaeilge.
New course to be offered Autumn 2019 – Advanced Diploma in Social Media and Media Law
This Advanced Diploma in Social Media and Media Law will provide a comprehensive introduction to and overview of social media and media law to include Irish law, EU Law and the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. Students will learn about the main areas of media law to include the law of defamation, contempt of court, privacy, freedom of expression broadcasting/press regulation and the regulation of new forms of media.
ICC Moot 2019 – a report from Kevin Roche, current Barrister–at–Law student
Five students were chosen to represent the King’s Inns in this year’s International Criminal Court Moot Competition: Raphael O’Leary, Céile Varley, Michael Lindsay, Hansi Fischer Kerrane, and Kevin Roche.
The Irish Women Lawyers Association (IWLA) is delighted to launch the first episode of their new podcast series. Episode One, Ferga McLoughlin BL and Angela Collins BL discuss the effects of the thirty–fifth amendment to the Irish Constitution, and how it is likely to affect the family law landscape into the future.
Special Launch Screening of Confinement, a short film by Trish McAdam
A timespace map across 500 years from Henrietta Street to Grangegorman, using digital animated charcoal drawings, the film is narrated by the imagined, irreverent voice of a dead artist friend, Tony Rudenko, voiced by Aidan Gillen, with music by composer Roger Doyle.
Calcutta Run the Legal Fundraiser is calling runners of all levels, family, kids and friends to kick off the summer by either running or walking the 10km or shorter distance of 5km on Saturday 18 May at Blackhall Place at 11am.
Conference on Opportunities for Law Graduates as EU Lawyer–Linguists
[English text below] Tá raidhse dheiseanna fostaíochta leis an AE i réimse na dlítheangeolaíochta. Tá Cúirt Bhreithiúnais an Aontais Eorpaigh i mbun Aonad Gaeilge a fhorbairt agus idir seo agus an 31 Nollaig 2021 fostófar os cionn 20 dlítheangeolaí ann.
The Editorial Board of King’s Inns Law Review are pleased to invite you to the Launch of the Eighth Volume of King’s Inns Law Review and the first Annual King’s Inns Law Review Lecture – Ireland and the ECHR Act 2003: 15 Years On.
New course to be offered Spring / Summer 2019 – Advanced Diploma in Medical Law
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of Medical Law with a focus on both domestic and European in that area. Participants will develop an understanding of the practical application of Medical Law principles, the legal obligations on medical professionals and regulatory practice.