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The Legal Consequences of Brexit

Venue: Europa Hotel, Belfast

Conference date(s):  Friday 26th February 2016

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EU Civil Litigation Update

Venue: Distillery Building, Dublin 7

Conference date(s):  Thursday 10th March 2016

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News & Events

Thanks to Noel Travers SC, David Cullen of William Fry and the 70 delegates who participated in a fascinating discussion of Schrems.


The next ICEL event is the Copyright Workshop on February 12th, followed by a Brexit conference is Belfast on February 26th.

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Over the past 20 years, the Irish Centre for European Law has provided an important forum for debate and discussion on major developments in the area of EU law. It has been the link between legal practitioners, academics and representatives of the wide range of sectors affected by European Law

Mary McAleese
President of Ireland

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