A Seminar entitled “Thirty Years of Legal Scholarship in Ireland” was held in Trinity College Dublin on February 26th to mark the 30th Anniversary of the Irish Association of Law Teachers. The seminar consisted of three papers given by three highly regarded academics in Ireland which will be followed by a response from the Chairperson. Following the seminar, a reception was held at Trinity College Dublin at which the website of the Association was formally launched. The Association also announced details of a new Book Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship by an Irish academic.
Professor Blanaid Clarke, University College Dublin
Professor Brice Dickson, Queen’s University Belfast
Professor Paul McCutcheon, University of Limerick
The Sutherland Centre, Level 6 Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin
All are welcome to attend, membership of the organisation is not required.
We are delighted to announce the 2019 Kevin Boyle Book Prize for Legal Scholarship. All members of the association are eligible for nomination and books published in any field of legal scholarship will be considered. Further details and the nomination form are available here.Read More
A big thank you to all our members who made the trip to Athlone for what was a very successful weekend discussing issues of law teaching and meeting colleagues, old and new. A new council has been elected and is listed here and Deirdre McGowan was elected President of the Association for the year 2018-2019. We look…Read More
IALT Spring Discourse 2018 On Tuesday 24 April 2018 the IALT held its first Spring event in many years when the Spring Discourse took place in the Moot Courtroom of the Sutherland School of Law at University College Dublin. The Chief Justice, Mr Justice Frank Clarke, was in conversation with Miriam O’Callaghan about his life…Read More