The Bar of Ireland Presents a New Series: Green Street Lectures @TheBarofIreland
Announcing a new lecture series from the Bar of Ireland on its Green Street Lectures 2021 (information directly from the Bar’s announcement):
Exploring the intersection between law, history and literature, the Bar of Ireland’s Green Street Lecture Series commences on April 22nd. We welcome you and your colleagues to the event. The series follows our 2016 Green Street Lectures, and seeks to build an understanding of how national figures have both been shaped by, and shaped the law in Ireland.
Our first three lectures, delivered by pre-eminent barristers passionate about their respective themes, include:
- Lecture 1: John Francis Taylor’s speech at the King’s Inns in 1901, and Ulysses; delivered by Frank Callanan, Senior Counsel.
- Lecture 2: The Evolution of Employment Equality Law in Ireland; delivered by Marguerite Bolger, Senior Counsel.
- Lecture 3: The Trial & Error of Patrick Kavanagh; delivered by John O’Donnell, Senior Counsel.
These online public lectures are open to all, and single registration for all three is simple; through here or by clicking the poster below.
If you wish to share our tweet launching the series, it is available here
For questions or for more information, please contact
Cormac O Culáin
Director of Communications & Member Services
The Bar of Ireland, Distillery Building, 145-151 Church Street, Dublin 7 D07 WDX8
+353 (0) 1 817 5116 @TheBarofIreland