Prof Michael Doherty nominated to chair group to review the industrial relations & collective bargaining landscape in Ireland
Prof Michael Doherty has been nominated by Tánaiste and Employment Minister Leo Varadkar to Chair a high-level group to review the industrial relations and collective bargaining landscape in Ireland. The group will examine collective bargaining, union recognition and will seek to "examine the adequacy of the workplace relations framework" around pay and conditions.
Date: Wednesday, 31 March 2021
Liam Sunner publishes Brainstorm article on the world of music copyright, cover versions, samples and plagiarism
The RTE brainstorm article looked at similarities in music, whether intentional references, sampled homages, or just outright theft of music expression.
Date: Tuesday, 30 March 2021
Maynooth University Department of Law recently held a very successful online seminar titled ‘ CETA, Investment Courts and the Irish Constitution - International, European and Constitutional Law’
Date: Thursday, 25 March 2021
Dr. Amina Adanan of Maynooth University Law Department is organising two online events this year, as part of her project on the UNWCC funded by the Royal Irish Academy. The aim of the project is to bring together UNWCC scholars from all over the world in an international collaborative network.
Date: Friday, 19 March 2021
LLB student Cameron Moss recently won the Justice Week Intervarsity Debate along with his teammates from UCD, UCC and UL.
3rd year LLB student Cameron Moss recently won the Justice Week Intervarsity Debate organised by the Bar of Ireland along with his teammates from UCD, UCC and UL. The team were opposing the motion of the debate “This House Believes That the Right to Offend, Shock and Disturb is Necessary in a Democratic Society.”
Date: Thursday, 18 March 2021
Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs Report on equitable global access to COVID-19 vaccines recommends Ireland endorse C-TAP - Dr Aisling McMahon quoted in this Report.
The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence published a report on 11th March 2021, on the ‘Distribution of Vaccines to Developing Countries’ which recommended that the Irish government should formally endorse the World Health Organisation’s Covid-19 Technology Access Pool (C-TAP).
Date: Monday, 15 March 2021
Dr Donal Coffey was a panellist in an interdisciplinary discussion on "The Historical Context of the Myanmar Crisis".
Dr Donal Coffey spoke on the topic of the drafting of the Burmese independence constitution in 1947 an interdisciplinary discussion on "The Historical Context of the Myanmar Crisis" hosted by the Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law and the Keith Forum on Commonwealth Constitutionalism.
Date: Friday, 12 March 2021
On Wednesday 24th February Donal Coffey gave a talk at the University of Portsmouth law staff Research Seminar on the topic of the drafting of the Burmese independence constitution in 1947.
Date: Wednesday, 10 March 2021
Rhiannon recently examined David Whyte's latest book, Ecocide: Kill the Corporation Before it Kills Us, in a book review published last week in the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy. .
Date: Tuesday, 09 March 2021
ALL Institute Hosts student Kimberly Wright as part of her postgraduate studies in Global Legal Studies.
One of Kimberly's chosen modules on the masters was the placement programme. She chose ALL Institute which gives her the opportunity to learn from its members who work tirelessly to implement positive change through law and policies in their many research projects dedicated to improving and enhancing the lives of all.
Date: Monday, 08 March 2021