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Members: 28 May 2020

Alumni Stories – Diane Sutton speaks to alumnus Brian Dalton BL

Alumni Stories – Diane Sutton speaks to alumnus Brian Dalton BL

First in our ‘Alumni Stories’ series, King’s Inns Member Relations Officer Diane Sutton spoke to alumnus Brian Dalton BL about his ambition to become a barrister.

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Members: 28 May 2020

Deichniúr céimithe le ceapadh do Scéim Intéirneachta in Institiúidí an Aontais Eorpaigh

Deichniúr céimithe le ceapadh do Scéim Intéirneachta in Institiúidí an Aontais Eorpaigh

Tá sé fógartha ag an Aire Stáit don Ghaeilge, don Ghaeltacht agus do na hOileáin, an Seanadóir Seán Kyne, go bhfuil an scéim Intéirneachta in Institiúidí an Aontais Eorpaigh á réachtáil arís i mbliana.

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Members: 27 May 2020

IWLA Article Competition: What I have learnt from Covid–19

IWLA Article Competition: What I have learnt from Covid–19

The Irish Women Lawyers Association (IWLA) is running their next Article Competition. The theme for the competition is inspired by the current Covid–19 crisis. Whether we like it or not, we have all been forced to re–think things and do things differently because of the crisis.

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Education: 26 May 2020

Free Webinar: Building Blocks of a Career in EU Law: Different Perspectives

Free Webinar: Building Blocks of a Career in EU Law: Different Perspectives

The Young Bar Committee at The Bar of Ireland along with The Irish Society for European Law (ISEL) are hosting a webinar titled ‘The Building Blocks of a Career in EU Law: Different Perspectives’, which is aimed at junior legal practitioners.

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Education: 27 April 2020

Coping with the COVID Crisis: The Challenges for King’s Inns

Coping with the COVID Crisis: The Challenges for King’s Inns

Running a busy professional law school is challenging in the best of circumstances, so how has the team at King’s Inns responded to the additional challenges posed by the COVID 19 Crisis? The Dean, Eimear Brown, describes the changes King’s Inns has implemented over the last 6–weeks.

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Education: 23 April 2020

King’s Inns Launches Consultation on Draft Statement of the Required Competencies of a Barrister

King’s Inns Launches Consultation on Draft Statement of the Required Competencies of a Barrister

King’s Inns invites you to submit feedback and participate in a short survey (max. 15 minutes) on the draft statement of competencies of a barrister.

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Education: 22 April 2020

King’s Inns is taking online applications for their part–time Advanced Diploma in Law and Education from May 2020

King’s Inns is taking online applications for their part–time Advanced Diploma in Law and Education from May 2020

Former teacher and now one of the coordinators of the Advanced Diploma in Law and Education at King’s Inns, Dr. Claire O’Connor BL, highlights the benefits of undertaking this part–time and online professional development course.

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Members: 08 April 2020

The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) publishes the first of their bi–annual Complaints Report

The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) publishes the first of their bi–annual Complaints Report

On Tuesday 7 April 2020, The LSRA published the first of its bi–annual reports on complaints against solicitors and barristers, which shows that it received 636 complaints in the first five months of the new independent complaints handling regime.

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Events: 09 March 2020

Calcutta Run 2020

Calcutta Run 2020

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.

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Members: 03 March 2020

Legal Services Regulatory Authority Annual Report 2019 – New Complaints Regime Begins

Legal Services Regulatory Authority Annual Report 2019 – New Complaints Regime Begins

The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) published its 2019 Annual Report on Tuesday 3 March 2020, which provides an overview of its performance and outputs for the year, including its new role in handling public complaints relating to solicitors and barristers.

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