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Delegate Feedback

Fantastically informative and great diversity of speakers, with very individual and comprehensive view on the treaty, both its positives and negatives. Also many thanks to the organisers for a very well organised event.

Conference Delegate

Another success and faithful to the fundamental traditions and values of Centre.

Conference delegate

Excellent speakers and chairs. A very well organised event, in an excellent venue.

Conference delegate

Excellent overview by speakers who are both expert and know exactly what information needed to be highlighted, explained and communicated to us.

Conference delegate

This is an analysis of feedback received from the Centre’s conference ‘The Law of the Lisbon Treaty’ held on 11 May 2009.  There were 100 attendees/registrations and 37 feedback forms returned.

Question 1

Fig. 1 shows responses to the question: “What was your overall impression of the Conference?”

0% Poor, 14% Good, 86% Excellent

Question 2

Fig. 2 shows responses to the question: “The objective of this conference was to communicate and examine the Law of the Lisbon Treaty.  Do you think this objective was achieved?” 

0% Did not achieve this objective, 3% Partially achieved this objective, 97% Achieved this objective

Question 3

Fig. 3 shows responses to the question: “Specifically, the conference aimed to communicate and examine: (a) Overview of the Lisbon Treaty; (b) Institutional Changes; (c) The Charter of Fundamental Rights; and (d) Police and Judicial Cooperation in Criminal matters (Third Pillar).  Do you think this aim was achieved?” 

0% Did not achieve this aim, 3% Partially achieved this aim, 97% Achieved this aim 

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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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