The Irish Society of International Law is delighted to announce its spring series of talks. Each lecture concerns a pressing priority in international law and international affairs and is presented by expert scholars and practitioners.
The series follows our very successful autumn series, where academics and practitioners examined topics such as gender, climate change, austerity and disaster relief.
The series provides a means for lawyers and non-lawyers alike to become versed in the basic principles and current issues in key areas of public international law.
The spring series is graciously hosted by the Institute of Bankers, in the Irish Financial Services Centre.
Location: The Institute of Bankers, IFSC, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1
April 16th: Oisin Tobin, Mason Hayes & Curran: "The Internet and International Law"
April 23rd: Eva Nagle BL, School of Law, NUI Maynooth: "Intellectual Property and International Law"
April 30th: Dr. Maria Murphy, NUI Maynooth, "Spying, Surveillance and International Law"
Please contact the Society via firstname.lastname@example.org to register your attendance
Attendance is free for ISIL members. Annual Membership is €30 or €15 for students and will be available at each event and at www.isil.ie
Attendance is €10 per event for non-members or €5 for student non-members
Certificates of attendance for CPD purposes will be available.