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Trinity College Dublin
Date & Time Friday, 12 November 2010, 9am - 4.30pm
Location The President's Hall, Law Society, Blackball Place, Dublin 7
Co-organised with the Refugee & Immigration Practitioners' Network
Registration Fee €125 (Early registration rate for booking by 2pm on Tuesday 2 November 2010: €100)
Special Rate€75 for ICEL members, Students and Trainee Solicitors and Barristers
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