Sutherland School of Law: 2017 Events Calendar 

 

     Event      Date               Time          Location
UCD Open Evening for prospective Postgraduate Students. Further details here. February 21 5pm O'Reilly Hall
Transformations in European Environmental Law. March 6 6pm 63 Merrion Square S
Consitutional Law: An Update. Details here. March 7 11am Sutherland School of Law

The Annual Kelly Lecture 2018 to be delivered by Prof Gerry Whyte, Introduction by the Hon. Mr Justice Gerard Hogan.

March 8 6pm Sutherland School of Law

GDPR Forum: Rules, Roles and DPOs. Registration and Programme here.

 

March 15 10:00 - 16:00 Sutherland School of Law

Research Seminar Series 2017/18 - Semester 2

Date    SpeakerTitle
24 Jan Taranabh Khaitan
(Oxford University)
Directive Principles and the Expressive Accommodation of the Ideological Dissenters
7 Feb Denis Bracken 
(University of Manitoba)
Ethnic Minorities and Criminal Justice in Ireland: Connections to Indigenous Criminology
14 Feb Melanie Sheridan
(UCD HR)
UCD HR: Performance for Growth (P4G)
21 Feb Kevin Costello
(Sutherland School of Law)
The Catholic in the United Kingdom Constitution, 1800 - 1920
28 Feb TJ McIntyre
(Sutherland School of Law)
T&L Seminar: Teaching Innovations in the Sutherland School of Law
14 Mar Claire Hill
(University of Minnesota)
Are Profit Maximization and Corporate Social Responsibility Converging?
21 Mar David Nagle
(Univeristy of Virginia)
Title to be confirmed but his research is workplace law
28 Mar Cliona Kelly
(Sutherland School of Law)
Thinking outside the 'Patent Box' - A Study of short-term Patents in Ireland
4 Apr Máire Ni Shúilleabháin
(Sutherland School of Law)
Marriage Equality: the Unresolved Cross-Border Dimension
11 Apr

Ian O'Donnell
(Sutherland School of Law)

Notes from an Ethiopian Prison
18 Apr Mary Catherine Lucey, Suzanne Egan & Liam Thornton
(Sutherland School of Law)
T&L Seminar: More Teaching Innovations in the Sutherland School of Law
19 Apr *

Nessa Lynch 
(University of Wellington, New Zealand)

'Safety Valves': How do mandatory and resumptive sentencing laws for murder deal with the less culpable?
25 Apr John Kelleher 
(Former Film Censor)
From 'Stop Sign to Sign Post' - An examination as to how screen censorship has  mirrored Ireland's social and cultural evolution

 Please note that seminars will take place in the Harty Boardroom (L106) at 1 PM, Sutherland School of Law, UCD. If you have any queries, please email suzanne.darcy@ucd.ie or call (01) 716 4113. * denotes a Thursday.