King’s Inns acknowledges the publication on Thursday 19 November 2020 by the Legal Services Regulatory Authority of its second report on the education and training of legal practitioners, including barristers.
King’s Inns publishes Statement of the Required Competencies of a Barrister
The Honorable Society of King’s Inns publishes the Statement of the Required Competencies of a Barrister, which was approved by the Council of King’s Inns at its meeting on Wednesday, 11 November 2020.
New Book: An Ghaeilge sa Dlí by Dáithí Mac Cárthaigh BL
Dáithí Mac Cárthaigh, a practising barrister and the Law & Irish Language Coordinator here at King’s Inns, recently published a book titled ‘An Ghaeilge sa Dlí’. It is aimed at anyone interested in the role of the Irish language in the Irish legal system in Europe and internationally.
Business and the law: Develop a practical understanding
Dr. Eimear Brown, the Dean here at King’s Inns, recently wrote an article for eolas magazine on business and the law. It gives an insight into our highly sought–after law courses which assist many businesses in understanding and navigating the current legal issues that affect their day–to–day 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).