Event hosted by: The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, in partnership with the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society: “The European Convention on Human Rights and states of emergency”

Date: 15 March 2016

Time: 6:00pm

Chair & Speakers:
Mr Justice Hedigan, judge of the High Court and former judge of the European Court of Human Rights (Chair),

Michael O’Boyle, former Deputy Registrar of the European Court of Human Rights

Venue: bl

CPD Point: CPD points awarded

Description and Information:

The lecture will last for approximately one hour including an opportunity for a Q&A session following the conclusion of the lecture.  A wine reception will be hosted in the Blue Room immediately following the lecture.

The event is open to all, subject to registration, and persons interested in attending should register directly at:

www.lawsociety.ie/Joint_Honorary_Lecture_in_honour_of_Michael_OBoyle#.VsHhMpDcu-s

 

Private Actions in Competition Law: Current Issues

Chair & Speakers:
Patrick Massey, Compecon Competition Economics (Chair),

Daniel Beard QC, Monckton Chambers;
Rosaleen Byrne, McCann FitzGerald;
Michael Collins SC

Venue: Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre,, Distillery Building , 145-151 Church Street, Dublin 7

Registration Fee:
Non-members: €30.00
Members: €0.00

CPD Point: CPD points awarded

Description and Information:

The event is open to all and is free of charge to ISEL members. There is a €30 charge for non-members, payable on arrival or on registration via our website. To register, please visit www.isel.ie and complete the registration form. Members should tick “pay at door” option and their membership will be verified at the door to allow free admission.

There will be a dinner for the speakers after the event which ISEL members are welcome to attend. To register for the dinner, please e-mail admin@isel.ie.

You can find details of forthcoming ISEL events and membership at www.isel.ie.

Employment Law – an Update from Europe

Chair & Speakers:
The Hon. Mr Justice David Keane (Chair),

  • Melanie Crowley, Mason Hayes + Curran: recent CJEU cases on Working Time Regulation and TUPE;
  • Marguerite Bolger SC: Recent Preliminary Ruling from Labour Court in the case of Dr David L Parris v Trinity College Dublin and others which relates to pension benefits, sexual orientation, and age;
  • Roddy Maguire BL: Data Protection Regulation and the impact on employment law.

Venue: Ormond Meeting Rooms, 31 – 36 Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin 7

Registration Fee:
Non-members: €30.00
Members: €0.00

CPD Point: CPD points awarded

Description and Information:

There will be a dinner for speakers after the event on 5 May 2016. To register, please email admin@isel.ie.

 

The events are open to all and are free of charge to ISEL members. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. To register for the event please visit www.isel.ie and complete the registration form.

 

ISEL MEMBERS – attendance is free of charge. Please check the option to “pay later at the door” and we will confirm your membership to allow free admittance.

NON-ISEL MEMBERS – there is a €30 charge. You can pay when registering on our website, or check the option to “pay later at the door”.

You can find details of forthcoming ISEL events and ISEL membership at www.isel.ie.

The Legal Implications of Brexit

Chair & Speakers:
The Hon. Mrs Justice Fidelma Macken (Chair),

Dr Vincent Power, Partner, A&L Goodbody

Evanna Fruithoff BL, Consultant Director, England and
Wales Bar Council Representation in Brussels

Professor Derrick Wyatt QC, Brick Court Chambers, London

Venue: The Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre,, The Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin

Description and Information:

This is a free seminar, organised in association with the Law Library and ICEL.  It will be followed by a Wine Reception in the Sheds.

Migration and European Identity

Chair & Speakers:
Barry Magee, Chair, Refugee Appeals Tribunal (Chair),

  • Barry Andrews, CEO, Goal
  • Gavin Barrett, Jean Monnet Professor of European Constitutional and Economic Law and Associate Professor in UCD Sutherland School of Law
  • Ronan McCrea BL, Senior Lecturer, University College London

Venue: Ormond Buildings, 31 – 36 Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin 7

Registration Fee:
Non-members: €0.00
Members: €0.00

CPD Point: CPD points awarded

Description and Information:

Issues for discussion include:

• Humanitarian and international aspects of the refugee crisis
• The legal, constitutional and political impact of migration on the European Union
• The impact of migration on religion and identity

There will be a dinner for speakers after the event on 16 June 2016. To register, please email admin@isel.ie

The events are open to all.  Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To register for the event, please go to www.isel.ie and complete the registration form.

ISEL Members: attendance is free of charge. Please check the option to “pay later at the door” when registering and we will confirm your membership to allow free admittance.

Non-ISEL Members: there is a €20 charge. You can pay when registering on our website, or check the option to “pay later at the door”.

You can find details of forthcoming events and ISEL membership at www.isel.ie.

Annual Review of Important Competition Law Cases and Developments

Chair & Speakers:
Mr Justice Aindrias O’Caoimh, retired judge of the European Court of Justice (Chair),

Professor Richard Whish of King’s College London

Claire Waterson, Partner, William Fry

Venue: A&L Goodbody, IFSC, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1,

Registration Fee:
Non-members: €30.00
Members: €0.00

CPD Point: CPD points awarded

Description and Information:

In what has become a much anticipated annual event, Professor Richard Whish of King’s College London will give an overview of important competition law developments over the past year.

The event is open to all and is free of charge to ISEL members. There is a €30 charge for non-members, payable on arrival or on registration via our website. To register, please visit www.isel.ie and complete the registration form. Members should tick “pay at door” option and their membership will be verified at the door to allow free admission.

There will be a dinner for the speakers after the event which ISEL members are welcome to attend. To register for the dinner, please e-mail admin@isel.ie.

 

REGULATORY SEMINAR SERIES: “Consumer Regulation and Proportionality … when to intervene, how to intervene and how to measure the success of intervention”

Chair & Speakers:
Mark Hughes, Head of Regulatory Affairs, 3 (Chair),

Isolde Goggin
Chairperson, Competition and Consumer Protection Commission

And

Audrey Gallacher
Director of Retail Energy Supply, Energy UK

Venue: Matheson, 70 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2,

Registration Fee:
Non-members: €30.00
Members: €0.00

CPD Point: CPD points awarded

Description and Information:

This event is open to all and free of charge to ISEL members (there is a €30 charge for non-ISEL members).  Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.  Please register for the event at www.isel.ie.  There will be a short wine reception after the lecture.

There will be a dinner for speakers and members after the event. To register for the dinner, please e-mail iselsecretary@gmail.com by 6 pm on 5 July 2016.

You can find details of forthcoming ISEL events and ISEL membership at www.isel.ie.

The New Procurement Directives: EU, UK and National Perspectives

Date: 12 October 2016

Time: 6:30pm

Chair & Speakers:
Roberto Caranta, Professor in Administrative Law – University of Turin (Chair),

Jonathan Davey, partner at Addleshaw Goddard;

Maurice Collins SC;

Adrian Tokar, Legal Services, European Commission.

 

Venue: Ormond Buildings, 31 – 36 Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin 7

Registration Fee:
Non-members: €30.00
Members: €0.00

Description and Information:

This event will look at the new Procurement Directives, which are now operative in Ireland with effect from 18 April 2016. Our speakers will look at the new Directives and the issues arising from them from three perspectives: the European Commission perspective; experience in the UK, which is well ahead of Ireland in applying the new rules, but now grappling with the implications of Brexit; and the Irish perspective.

There will be a dinner for speakers after the event on 12 October 2016. To register, please email admin@isel.ie

The events are open to all.  Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To register for the event, please go to www.isel.ie and complete the registration form.

ISEL Members: attendance is free of charge. Please check the option to “pay later at the door” when registering and we will confirm your membership to allow free admittance.

Non-ISEL Members: there is a €30 charge. You can pay when registering on our website, or check the option to “pay later at the door”.

You can find details of forthcoming events and ISEL membership at www.isel.ie.

 

Apple State Aid Decision – Initial Reflections and What Next?

Date: 12 December 2016

Time: 6:30pm

Chair & Speakers:
The Hon. Ms. Justice Marie Baker (Chair),

Dr Vincent J G Power, Partner, A&L Goodbody

Dr George R Barker, Visiting Fellow, London School of Economics

Niamh Keogh, Of Counsel, Mason Hayes Curran

 

Venue: Byrne Wallace, 88 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2

Registration Fee:
Non-members: €30.00
Members: €0.00

CPD Point: CPD points awarded

Description and Information:

The event is open to all and is free of charge to ISEL members. There is a €30 charge for non-members, payable on arrival or on registration via our website. To register, please visit www.isel.ie and complete the registration form. Members should tick “pay at door” option and their membership will be verified at the door to allow free admission.

There will be a dinner for the speakers after the event which ISEL members are welcome to attend. To register for the dinner, please e-mail admin@isel.ie.

18th Brian Walsh Memorial Lecture, November 2020