When the Centre was founded by Mary Robinson she intended to create,
"...a unique linkage between legal practitioners, academic lawyers and representatives of the wide range of sectors affected by European Law."
The Centre's Membership is comprised of individuals from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who share an interest in keeping up to date with developments in EU law and European Human Rights law.
The Centre offers a number of different categories of Membership:
- Library, and
Individual Membership is open to all members of the public. It is of greatest benetit to sole practitioners, consultants, academics, employees and all persons who wish to keep up to date with developments in European Law. Individual membership costs €180 per year.
Associate Membership of the Centre is available to barristers in their first 5 years of practice and full time post-graduate students. It is designed to encourage those new to a legal career to attend high level legal events that they might not otherwise be able to afford. Associate Membership costs €50 per year.
Student Membership of the Centre is available to full-time undergraduate students at the rate of €25 per year.
Corporate Membership is geared to the needs of professional partnerships, limited companies, public bodies, non-governmental and public interest organisations which have a number of partners or employees who wish to benefit from the Centre's activities. Corporate membership is available at €395 per annum.
Library Membership affords libraries and research institutes the possibility of receiving ICEL periodicals and of purchasing ICEL publications at a discount. Library membership costs €76.00 per annum.
Overseas membership is open to individuals resident outside Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Overseas membership costs €76.00 per annum
Data Protection and Privacy in 2021 – Are you Ready?
Dear Members, Matheson and the Irish Centre for European Law (ICEL) are delighted to invite you to join a webinar on the topic of “Data Protection and Privacy in 2021,” which will be held at 11 am on Thursday, 29 April 2021. The webinar will address the implications…