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.
Calcutta Run the Legal Fundraiser is calling runners of all levels, family, kids and friends to kick off the summer by either running or walking the 10km or shorter distance of 5km on Saturday 18 May at Blackhall Place at 11am.
Conference on Opportunities for Law Graduates as EU Lawyer–Linguists
[English text below] Tá raidhse dheiseanna fostaíochta leis an AE i réimse na dlítheangeolaíochta. Tá Cúirt Bhreithiúnais an Aontais Eorpaigh i mbun Aonad Gaeilge a fhorbairt agus idir seo agus an 31 Nollaig 2021 fostófar os cionn 20 dlítheangeolaí ann.
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.
New course to be offered Spring / Summer 2019 – Advanced Diploma in Medical Law
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of Medical Law with a focus on both domestic and European in that area. Participants will develop an understanding of the practical application of Medical Law principles, the legal obligations on medical professionals and regulatory practice.
New course to be offered from September / October 2019 – Advanced Diploma in Quasi–Judicial Decision–Making
The range of entities making independent decisions over a multiplicity of complaints, disputes and entitlements is ever–increasing. Tribunals, adjudicators, disciplinary panels, ombudsmen and a gamut of appeals bodies are keystones of both public and, to a growing extent, private administration in Ireland. These quasi–judicial decision–makers walk an often tricky line between procedures adapted to their area of dispute resolution, the need for efficiency and speed, and the dominant requirement of due process.
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.