King’s Inns Law Review – Volume IX Call for Submissions
The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is now considering articles, case notes and commentaries for inclusion in its 9th Volume. For this edition, a prize of €500 will be awarded to the best article submitted. A further prize of €500 will be awarded to the best submission on the theme of ‘The Digital Economy and Workers’ Rights’. Prizes sponsored by Fórsa.
ICC Moot 2019 – a report from Kevin Roche, current Barrister–at–Law student
Five students were chosen to represent the King’s Inns in this year’s International Criminal Court Moot Competition: Raphael O’Leary, Céile Varley, Michael Lindsay, Hansi Fischer Kerrane, and Kevin Roche.
The Editorial Board of King’s Inns Law Review are pleased to invite you to the Launch of the Eighth Volume of King’s Inns Law Review and the first Annual King’s Inns Law Review Lecture – Ireland and the ECHR Act 2003: 15 Years On.
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.
Mooting at King’s Inns continues to grow from strength to strength and remains a pillar of the extra–curricular calendar. The 2017/2018 academic year saw a busy schedule of mooting activities, internal competitions and some major success for teams representing the Inns in external competitions. Congratulations to all those who participated in another exciting year of mooting at King’s Inns.
The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is an annual law journal published by the students of The Honorable Society of King’s Inns, dedicated to the publication of Irish, European and international legal scholarship. The core ethos of the Review is the promotion and fostering of legal scholarship, both in the King’s Inns and across Ireland.
LSDSI activities at King’s Inns: 2018 McCarthy Impromptu Debate
The 2018 McCarthy Impromptu Debate took place on Wednesday 7 February before a busy dining hall. Full–time students Arthur Griffin and Patrick Fitzgerald, along with modular 1 student Deirdre Moore, debated the motion “This house believes that Brexit is a wonderful idea and that Ireland should also join the UK Exodus from the EU”.
The final of the Maidens’ Moot, an annual mooting competition aimed at students new to mooting, took place on Friday 19 January 2018. Unusually, both finalists, Conor Rock and Neasa O’Callaghan, were Diploma I students with only a few months’ experience of studying at King’s Inns.
King’s Inns Law Review Call for Submissions Volume VII
The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is currently accepting submissions for its seventh volume. Articles, case–notes or commentaries will be considered for publication in Volume VII of the KILR. There will be a prize for the best article published in Volume VII.