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Trinity College Dublin
The Irish Centre for European Law is a neutral body that seeks to promote knowledge, understanding and the good practice of EU law and European Human Rights law. It is based at Trinity College Dublin and is operated on a not-for-profit basis.
The Centre was founded in 1988 by Dr Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Guided by an expert Board, the Centre produces conferences, seminars, courses and publications of quality in specialised fields of European law.
Its members comprise solicitors, barristers, academics, representatives from industry, the public sector and non-governmental organisations.
The Centre's Chairman is The Honorable John D.Cooke SC, retired Judge of the Irish High Court and a former Judge of the General Court of the European Union.
The Centre's Director is Gary Fitzgerald BL, a practising barrister at the Irish Bar. Anne Fitzpatrick BL is the assistant director with responsiblity for Brexit events.
Our Brexit series continues with an examination of the implications for agriculture on 26th April. For details of the final line-up of speakers, click here.
The 2017 Privacy Conference is now open for registration. For details of the event, click here.
Professor Carl Baudenbacher, President of the EFTA Court will address members of the ICEL on the possible role of the EFTA court in a post-Brexit world. Click here for more details.
Interested in learing about practice and procedure before the European courts? Click here for more details.
The ICEL Eversheds Sutherland Procurement Conference can be found here.
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