Seminar: Judicial Education and Training in Twenty-First Century Ireland – European and International Perspectives
Friday 17th September 2021
CALL FOR PAPERS: Deadline 23 July 2021.
Jointly convened by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties and by the School of Law at NUI Galway, this seminar will seek to rigorously benchmark judicial education and training (JET) in Ireland against best practice in other jurisdictions in order to move beyond the challenges of the past and the present. The key research question it seeks to answer is, how can JET in Ireland integrate with work underway in other jurisdictions and contexts, particularly European and international?
Papers are invited from scholars and practitioners for a seminar on the judicial education and training in Ireland. Abstracts (maximum 500 words) to be submitted by Friday 23 July 2021.
It is anticipated that the seminar will take place online. If the public health situation changes to permit it, it will proceed as a hybrid physical/online event. Following peer review, papers may be published in a special issue of the Irish Judicial Studies Journal. This seminar is funded by the Irish Research Council.
Submissions and enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org or to Rónán Kennedy (Law School, National University of Ireland Galway) at +353-91-495626.
Further details at: here.