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Trinity College Dublin
Practice and Procedure before the European Courts
Wednesday May 24th 16:30 to 19:30 (Registration from 16:00)
Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre, Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7
3 CPD Points (Barristers) or 3 General Points (Solicitors)
EU law now affects the majority of legal subjects and it is increasingly necessary for all lawyers to have a good knowledge of the practice and procedure before the European courts. This evening seminar should be of interest to all litigators, including experienced EU lawyers, newly qualified practitioners and lawyers working in areas traditionally outside the remit of EU law (such as criminal law). The speakers and chair are some of the Irish lawyers with the greatest level of experience running cases before the European courts.
Confirmed speakers and chairs
Rates: Standard: €120 | ICEL Members €50 | ICEL Associate Members €25
Registration is now open. Book early to ensure that you don't miss this exciting event. Associate membership is only available to barristers in the first five years of practice.
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