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.
Would you like to experience what it’s like to study law at King’s Inns? The Diploma in Legal Studies is a two–year course involving the study of law. Primarily aimed at people who would like to qualify as barristers but who do not yet hold a Law qualification, the course also attracts students with a general interest in the Law.
The 20th Annual Conference of the Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development on the theme of “The Brexit Impact on Criminal Justice Co–operation in Ireland” will take place on Friday, 6th October, 2017, in The Spencer Hotel, Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin 1.
Private Enforcement of Competition Law Conference 2017
A major international conference on ‘Private Enforcement of Competition Law’ will take place on Friday 6 October 2017 at the Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre. This conference will bring together world–renowned experts to address critical topics in the private enforcement of competition law, including the growth of private enforcement, the Damages Directive, claimant awareness and collective redress, discovery, settlement, contribution, passing on, and US and civil law experience of private enforcement.