Our City Our Books: an interview with our Librarian
At the helm of every library are the wonderful librarians who ensure that each building is a welcoming place. Our Librarian, Renate Ní Uigín, shared her love for books with the team behind Our City Our Books.
Do you like reading books? More importantly, do you love discussing your reads with other bookworms? Our Librarian and Dean are hosting a Book Club for students, members and the wider alumni community at King’s Inns.
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.
King’s Inns Library finds an interesting title while updating our catalogue records at home during Lockdown
One project King’s Inns Library staff have been working on over the past couple of months while at home is upgrading the catalogue records for our collection of law tracts and trials as a single series.
Irish manuscript on the lives of saints from the King’s Inns Library was recently digitised by Irish Script on Screen
Irish Script on Screen (ISOS) recently digitised another of the Irish manuscripts from the King’s Inns Library collection. MS 19 is an 18th work on the lives of saints bound in a home–made cover of cardboard and leather.
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.
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.