2nd CEF eTranslation Conference: Tools and Services for a Multilingual Europe
The 2nd CEF eTranslation Conference will take place online via Zoom on 14 October 2020 from 09:00 am to 15:30 pm CEST. It will demonstrate how you can benefit from the use of language technologies (LT) and how the latest technologies can facilitate your daily operations.
Two King’s Inns graduates are taking part in Ireland’s Edge ‘Through the Looking Glass’ event
Ms Justice Marie Baker and Dr David Kenny, both graduates of King’s Inns, are participating in Ireland’s Edge ‘Through the Looking Glass’ event on Monday 20 July at the Irish Traditional Music Archive (ITMA).
Calcutta Run the Legal Fundraiser is calling runners of all levels, family, kids and friends to join their charity run (or walk) on Saturday 24 October at the Law Society of Ireland on Blackhall Place at 11am.
Pathways to United Diaspora: Common Purpose Ireland holds its inaugural diaspora leadership event at King’s Inns
Common Purpose presents Pathways to United Diaspora in association with the Open Doors Initiative and King’s Inns. We are proud to partner with the St. Patrick’s Festival under it’s theme for 2020 ‘Ireland’s Treasures’ – celebrating the value and importance of everyone who calls Ireland home.
Conference on Opportunities for Law Graduates as EU Lawyer–Linguists, King’s Inns
King’s Inns will hold an evening conference on Thursday 19 March 2020 from 7pm on opportunities as lawyer–linguists with the EU. The Hon. Ms Justice Ann Power, Judge of the Court of Appeal and former Judge of the European Court of Human Rights, will open the event.
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.
Christmas Collection for Children in Direct Provision
King’s Inns are delighted to support a group of BL students who are collecting Christmas gifts for children in Dublin Direct Provision centres. This worthwhile initiative is spearheaded by Céile Varley, Joy Kangere and Barakat Gbadamosi. The response has been amazing so far and it is really encouraging to see so many King’s Inns students and staff getting involved.