The Irish Centre for European Law

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Abusive lending and unfair contract terms - Dublin

Venue: Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre

Conference date(s):  Thursday 10th November 2016

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IP Conference - Trademarks, designs and patents

Conference date(s):  Friday 25th November 2016

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Abusive lending and unfair contract terms - Galway

Venue: The Courthouse, Galway

Conference date(s):  Friday 25th November 2016

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Abusive lending and unfair contract terms - Cork

Venue: Imperial Hotel, South Mall, Cork

Conference date(s):  Wednesday 7th December 2016

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News & Events

Don't miss the opportunity for hear newly elected ECrtHR judge Siofra O'Leary give her first formal Irish talk.  Click here for more details.


For details of the Abusive lending seminars, examining the impact of the Charter on debt collection cases, click here.


Interested in IP law, see a world class line up of speakers here.

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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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