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The Student Law Society of NUI Galway will mark the society’s 100th anniversary with a series of virtual events featuring some of the most respected legal minds in Ireland.
Professor Donncha O’Connell of the School of Law, NUI Galway has been appointed by the Government to an independent expert group to review the Offences Against the State Acts.
NUI Galway has been awarded almost €700,000 in funding for three research projects as part of a coordinated Covid-19 Rapid Response Research, Development, and Innovation programme.
Chief Justice Dr Mathilda Twomey, who has recently been appointed Adjunct Professor at NUI Galway’s School of Law, has been awarded the Franco-German Prize for Human Rights. Chief Justice Twomey is one of 15 people to receive this prestigious annual award which marks Human Rights Day and recognises the efforts of all those who work endlessly to advance the causes of human rights and the rule of law.
This Saturday, people are invited to a webinar in which Donncha O’Connell, Established Professor of Law at NUI Galway, and Mike Chinoy, former CNN correspondent and author of Are You With Me? Kevin Boyle and the Rise of the Human Rights Movement to discuss the life and work of human rights lawyer and activist, Kevin Boyle.
Alice-Mary Higgins has been "a remarkably effective and progressive" member of Seanad Éireann, "with a sharp eye for human rights", and who has the potential to continue "invaluable and reforming work" in the upper house.
The Pathways colleges and careers event to be held in Galway on April 9 represents a major opportunity for students to arm themselves with the most information they need before deciding on their careers and choices, the Mayor of Galway said this week.
Pathways, a colleges and careers event being hosted by the Galway Advertiser, will take place in The Galmont Hotel, Galway, on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. We will also be producing a comprehensive Education Supplement in all our papers the week before the event.
Legal history will be made in March, as the Supreme Court will sit outside a courthouse for the first time since it returned to the Four Courts in 1932. This will also be the first time it sits in Galway and only the third time the court will sit outside of Dublin.
The Irish Centre for Human Rights and the School of Law will host a panel discussion with Dr Mary Robinson on the ‘The Necessity of Advocacy’ at NUI Galway on Wednesday, 24 October.