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.
A Court with no paper – Get ready for the future of litigation
See what Courts will soon become: How today’s paper–heavy litigation will move to paperless in the near future. Hear lectures from those already involved in paperless litigation and those getting us ready to take the next steps, featuring a live courtroom demonstration.
Seimineár do scoileanna lán–Ghaeilge dara leibhéil: 4 Deireadh Fómhair 2016, 14:30–16:30 in Óstaí an Rí
Dé Máirt an 4ú Deireadh Fómhair 2016 idir 2:30pm agus 4:30pm reáchtálfaidh Óstaí an Rí seimineár ar dheiseanna fostaíochta leis an Aontas Eorpach do chainteoirí Gaeilge. Tá raon leathan post i gceist agus pá agus coinníollacha den scoth ag gabháil leo.
Lecture in Irish by Prof. Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh (NUIG) on Patrick Pearse, barrister, graduate and member of King’s Inns.
Tuesday 4 October 2016, 5pm–6pm at King’s Inns. No registration required. Open to all.
‘We Raised the Bar for 1916’ by Deirdre Conroy, Barrister–at–Law Candidate
What became the Bar Rising last March was first suggested by auditor, Sam Deasy, as a ‘women for election’ talk. A simple matter of having a few speakers give a pitch to our students, encouraging our budding barristers to think about future participation in local or national representation.
Friday 22 July 2016 – Reunion Dinner for all Graduates of a year ending in ‘5’ and ‘6’
We are pleased to inform you that a celebration dinner is being planned for Friday 22 July 2016 in the Dining Hall, King’s Inns for all graduates from a year ending in ‘5’ and ‘6’ to mark the anniversary of your graduation.
It is probably an odd thing to say but one of my stand–out memories from the four years I spent studying in King’s Inns is all the coffee breaks we had. That’s not to say the lectures and the class work weren’t interesting. They were. In fact, it was often the intensity and focus of those same lectures that made me look forward to the breaks so much.