EU Law and Debt Proceedings – a New Approach (Dublin Seminar)
The end of the Irish lending boom has left many individuals and families with unsustainable levels of personal debt. This seminar, co-organised by the ICEL, the Open Society Justice Initiative, the Centre for Housing Law, Rights and Policy (CHLRP) at the School of Law, NUI Galway, will examine how the Unfair Contract Terms in Consumer Contracts Directive (UCTD) and the Charter of Fundamental Rights might assist borrowers in debt related proceedings. Based on the UCTD and the Charter, the CJEU has been developing the law in this area, which can be applied by the Irish courts.
This event will take place on 6 DECEMBER 2019 from 5.30 pm until 8 pm in Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre, Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7.
Confirmed speakers and chairs
- Marguerite Angelari, Open Society Foundations
- Dr Padraic Kenna, School of Law, National University of Ireland Galway
- Julie Sadlier, Kieran Mulcahy Solicitors
- David Browne BL, Law Library
Who should attend? Judges, registrars, barristers, solicitors, and other members of the legal profession
Tickets for this event are available free of charge here: https://ti.to/ICEL/eu-law-and-debt-proceedings-a-new-approach-dublin-seminar
2 CPD points are available for this event.