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Trinity College Law Student Colloquium - Saturday, 3 February 2018

Trinity College Law Student Colloquium

The tenth Trinity College Law Student Colloquium will take place on Saturday, 3rd February 2018, in the Long Room Hub in Trinity College, Dublin. Judge Anthony M Collins, Chamber President of the General Court of the European Union, will be delivering the Brian Lenihan Memorial Lecture at the GMB Chamber afterwards. Attendance is free.

About the Colloquium

The Trinity College Dublin Law Student Colloquium is an annual conference started in 2009 at which undergraduate and postgraduate law students, recent graduates and young lawyers present their research to their peers. Submissions by undergraduate students are especially encouraged. Students from all over Ireland, the UK and Europe come each year to present their papers. The tenth Trinity College Law Student Colloquium will take place on Saturday, 3rd February 2018. Attendance is free.

The Best Colloquium Paper Prize

The Editorial Board will publish the best Colloquium paper in Volume XXI of the Trinity College Law Review. The best paper will also receive a cash prize of €250.

 

 

Programme

 

 

9.30      -    Registration

 

10:15      -    Panels:

  • Private Law
  • Technology and the Law
  • Labour, Migration and Citizen
  • EU Law

12:00      -    Lunch

 

13:00      -    Panels:

  • Legal Theory 
  • Human Rights

 

14:45      -    Coffee

 

15:15      -    Panels

  • International Law 
  • Civil Procedure and Civil Justice

 

17:00      -    Coffee

 

17:30      -    Brian Lenihan Memorial Lecture

 

18:30      -    Reception