Sutherland School of Law: 2017 Events Calendar
19th Annual Irish European Law Forum
Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union 25 Years After the Creation
The Sutherland School of Law at University College Dublin and the European Research Centre for Economic and Financial Governance (EURO-CEFG) are holding a workshop to mark the 25th anniversary year of the signing of the Treaty of Maastricht - the foundational document of economic and monetary union.
This event will take place at the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin on Monday 29 May 2017
You are cordially invited to attend. Attendance will be free of charge although numbers will be limited. Registration will begin at 8am and the workshop will begin at 8:45 AM
Speakers will include Professor Fabian Amtenbrink, Mr. Jean-Paul Keppenne, Dr. Francesco Costamagna, Professor Niamh Moloney, Professor Takis Tridimas, Mr. Pierre Schlosser, Professor Deirdre Curtin, Professor Gavin Barrett, Professor Ben Crum, Professor Christian Joerges, Professor Hans-Georg Kamann, Mr. Vestert Borger, Professor David Howarth, Professor Stefania Baroncelli, Dr. Thomas Beukers, Mr. Marijn van der Sluis, Professor Federico Fabbrini and Mr. Menelaos Markakis.
Topics addressed will include the Budgetary Rules of the Eurozone, the Banking Union, Democracy and the Eurozone, Courts and the Currency, the Role of the ECB and the Future of the Eurozone.
If you wish to attend this event, please reserve your place now by clicking here.
Download the EMU Workshop Programme 2017 here.
We look forward to seeing you there.
This event is sponsored by UCD's Jean Monnet Chair in European Constitutional and Economic Law and by the European Research Centre for Economic and Financial Governance, and will be the 2017 Irish European Law Forum.
|May 29||9:00am||Sutherland School of Law|
Research Seminar Series 2016/17 - Semester 2
|8 Feb||Niamh Howlin||Teaching & Learning Seminar|
|15 Feb||Durgambini Patel||Balancing between Labour and Employment Laws vis-a vis Competition (anti-trust) Laws - A dire need to achieve social justice for fair globalization|
|22 Feb||Lynsey Black||Women and the Death Penalty in Post-Independence Ireland|
|1 Mar||Federico Fabbrini||Economic Governance in Europe|
|8 Mar||Catarina Marvao Kelly||On Criminalization|
|22 Mar||Louise Brangan||Imprisonment and political culture in Ireland 1970-2000|
|29 Mar||Roy Flechner||The earliest law books in Ireland and the west of Europe: canon law collections between tradition and innovation|
|5 Apr||Thomas Mohr||TBC|
|12 Apr||Liam Thornton||Socio-Economic Rights and Asylum Seekers: The Myth of Universalism|
|13 Apr*||Heather Conway||Contrasting Fortunes: Parental Wealth, Adult Children and Inheritance Contests in England and Ireland|
|19 Apr||Niamh Howlin||Teaching & Learning Seminar|
|20 Apr*||Suzanne Egan||TBC|
|26 Apr||Coleman Dennehy||Criminal Justice in Restoration Ireland|
|9 May - 5 PM||Carl Baudenbacher||Brexit's Judical Landscape [Venue: NUI, Merrion Square]|
* This is a Thursday.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01) 716 4113.
Competition Law Scholars Forum Workshop - September 2016
In association with A&L Goodbody, the Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) and UCD Sutherland School of Law (BLREG) will present a Workshop on “Competition Law and Enforcement Priorities” at UCD Sutherland School of Law (Belfield, Dublin 4) on Friday, 16 September 2016
Click here for the CLaSF - Draft Programme.
Good Governance Awards 2016
Dr Oonagh Breen has been invited to be a judge on the 2016 Panel.
The Good Governance Awards recognise, support and encourage adherence to good governance practice by community, voluntary and charitable (CVC) organisations in Ireland. The 2016 Good Governance Awards have been developed by the Carmichael Centre with the support of the Irish Charities Tax Reform (ICTR), Volunteer Ireland, The Wheel, Davy and Mazars Ireland.
Dr Marie-Luce Paris' paper makes Top 10 List
Dr Paris's paper, "The Comparative Methods in Legal Research: The Art of Justifying Choices", was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: Political Methods eJournals. You can view the abstract and download statistics at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2798643.
Dr Oonagh Breen's paper makes Top 10 List
Dr Breen's paper, "European Non-Profil Oversight: The Case for Regulating from the Outisde In", was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: Nonprofit & Philanthropy Law eJournal. Please view the abstract and download statistics at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2784714.
John O'Dowd's blog feature posted on UCL website
John's blog post on government formation for University College London's (UCL) The Constitution Unit has been posted. The Constitution Unit in the Department of Political Science at UCL is the UK's leading research body on constitutional change.
The formation of Ireland’s new government following February’s general election took more than two months. In this post John O’Dowd discusses the reasons for the delay, the role played by the President and the agreement that was eventually reached to allow Enda Kenny to be reappointed as Taoiseach at the head of a minority government.
Rights-Based Constitutional Review
Dr Marie-Luce Paris' most recent publication is a book co-edited with Professor John Bell from Cambridge University.
Constitutional review has become an essential feature of modern liberal democratic constitutionalism. In
For more information, please click on the here: Rights-Based Constitutional Review.
Constitutional Studies Group publish Election 2016 booklets
With the run up to the Election, please click the links to see our booklets on: