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ICEL Human Rights Law Conference 2016

Thursday 20th October 16:30 – 19:30 (Registration 16:00)

DDRC, Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7
3 CPD Points

THIS CONFERENEC IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.  EMAIL ICEL@TCD.IE TO BE PUT ON A WAITING LIST

 

Human rights in Ireland are protected by the Constitution, the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the European Convention of Human Rights.  The interaction between the three documents and the legal regimes that they create is at times unclear.  This vital evening conference will give practitioners some practical advice on how human rights law affects litigation in a number of areas, address some of the limitations of the current human rights protections in addition to setting out the interaction between the three main sources of human rights in Ireland.

To reserve a place online, click here and to download a booking form please click here.  

 

Confirmed speakers and topics

  • The Hon. Mr Justice Frank Clarke - Chair
  • Judge Siofra O’Leary, European Court of Human Rights - Courts, Conventions and Charters: making sense of fundamental rights in the EU
  • Michael Farrell, Senior Solicitor, Free Legal Advice Centre - Practical limitations – a review of the European Human Rights Act 2003
  • Margaret Gray BL - Pleading the Charter and the ECHR in litigation
  • Michael McDowell SC - Avoiding judicial overreach, the EU as an organisation of limited sovereignty
  • Giollaíosa ó Lideadha SCEuropean human rights law in criminal cases
  • Ángel Bello Cortés, KOD Lyons Solicitors - Human rights law in asylum and immigration cases: a practitioner’s perspective

 

Rates: Standard: €140 | ICEL Members €70 | ICEL Associate Members €35

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