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Membership fees can be paid using the facility on this website. Alternatively you can print the membership form and send along with a cheque for €20 to Dr Deirdre, McGowan, IALT Membership Secretary, School of Law, Aungier Street, Dublin 2.
Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, the IALT Annual Conference for 2020 could not take place. Instead, the Association is running an online Seminar Series dealing with various aspects of legal scholarship in Ireland today. Below you will find information on past and future seminars. The series is available to members of the association.…Read More
‘Are you with me?’, Mike Chinoy’s new biography on Kevin Boyle and his contribution to justice in Northern Ireland and around the world, has just been published by The Lilliput Press. As members will be aware, Kevin Boyle was instrumental in the establishment of the Association in 1979 and served as President on a number…Read More
It is with regret that we announce the cancellation of the Spring Discourse for 2020. The Discourse, a conversation between Senator David Norris and Miriam O’Callaghan, was due to be held in TU Dublin on 22 April 2020. In light of the extension of University closures and the ongoing nature of the Covid-19 crisis we…Read More
The Call for Papers for the Annual Conference of the IALT 2019 has been launched. The Conference will be held at the Strand Hotel in Limerick on 22-24 November 2019. Submissions are especially welcome on the conference theme, Beyond Borders: Collegiality and Collaboration in Law and we encourage the submission of panels. Looking forward to seeing you…Read More