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Trinity College Dublin
ICEL EPA Environmental Law Conference 2016
"Different tools in environmental protection"
The ICEL and the EPA are delighted to announce the return the annual environmental event law conference this year. The theme in 2016 is "Different tools in environmental protection" and it will draw together leading Irish and global lawyers in the area of environmental enforcement.
Registration is now open or you can fill out the registration form. The programme is now available here and biographies of the speakers and chairs here. All the papers can be downloaded here. Alternative, click on the speaker's topic that will link that that paper.
Friday 30th September 10:00 to 16:30 (Registration from 9:30)
Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street
5 CPD Points
Confirmed chairs, speakers and topics
Rates: Standard: €280 | ICEL and NIECE Members €140 | ICEL Associate Members €75
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For details of the Abusive lending seminars, examining the impact of the Charter on debt collection cases, click here.
Our Brexit series continues with an examination of the implications for agriculture on 25th April. For details, click here.
The 2017 Privacy Conference is now open for registration. For details of the event, click here.
The ICEL Eversheds Sutherland Procurement Conference can be found here.
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