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Trinity College Dublin
CONSTITUTIONS AND COURTS IN THE EU:
A TRIBUTE TO THE HON. MR JUSTICE NIAL FENNELLY
8 May 2014
Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7
Co-Organised with the Irish Society for European Law and the Academy of European Law
The Hon. Mrs Justice Susan Denham, Chief Justice of Ireland
(L-R) Alexander Proelß, Trier University; Sir Francis Jacobs, Professor of Law at King's College London and former Advocate General, ECJ; Just Pauliine Koskelo, President of the Supreme Court of Finland; and The Hon. Mrs Justice Fidelma Macken, retired Judge of the Irish Supreme Court and former Judge of the ECJ.
The Hon. Mr Justice Nial Fennelly
(L-R) The Hon. Mr Justice John D Cooke, Retired Judge of the Irish High Court and former Judge of the CFI; The Hon. Mr Justice Frank Clarke, Irish Supreme Court; The Hon. Mr Justice Ronan Keane, Retired Chief Justice of Ireland; and The Hon. Ms Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan, Irish High Court
The Hon. Mr Justice John Murray, Irish Supreme Court
Judge Kieran Bradley, EU Civil Service Tribunal
(L-R) The Hon. Mr Justice Frank Clarke, Irish Supreme Court; The Hon. Mr Justice Ronan Keane, Retired Chief Justice of Ireland; The Hon. Mr Justice John D Cooke, Retired Judge of the Irish High Court and former Judge of the CFI
(L-R) Noel Travers BL; The Hon. Mr Justice Nial Fennelly; Judge Kieran Bradley
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