Join us for a hike in Glendalough on Sunday, October 15, at 10 am. Enjoy nature and reward yourself with breath-taking views over Glendalough Valley and the surrounding Wicklow uplands.
Part of our AND BREATHE series, this hike is in support of the Capuchin Day Centre. Come along and have a great day out with fellow students, barristers, staff members and the wider alumni community. Friends, family and pets are all welcome.
A brand new advanced diploma in Electoral Law and Politics to be launched in November 2023
At a time of unprecedented change in our electoral and parliamentary system, which includes new regulations on party funding; gender quotas; election expenses; the creation of the Electoral Commission; and new legislation governing parliamentary inquiries, electoral law has never been more complex.
The course, the first of its kind in Ireland, is designed to enable participants to navigate the complexities of Ireland’s electoral and parliamentary system.
2023/2024 Advanced Diplomas – The deadlines for the September and October intakes are approaching soon.
Our Advanced Diplomas are a series of comprehensive professional development courses designed to cater to the diverse needs of professionals across various industries.
These diplomas offer in-depth, practical knowledge and valuable insights into specialised areas of expertise. The courses are developed and delivered by renowned experts, ensuring the highest quality of education and an exceptional learning experience.
King’s Inns excels in the International Negotiation Competition in Rome
The King’s Inns team came third in the world (jointly with the team from Canada). This year, the competition was held in Rome, Italy.
King’s Inns was ably represented by Justin McAleese and Carla Fusciardi Wallace, who were both students on the full-time Barrister-at-Law degree course during the past academic year. Justin and Carla worked as a team, negotiating their way through a range of practical scenarios against other teams from all around the globe.
Alumni Stories 12th edition – Diane Sutton speaks to John Freeman BL
Qualified since 2004, John is currently a practising barrister at The Bar of Ireland with a particular emphasis on banking and financial services, disciplinary / regulatory and defamation.
“I remember being inspired for my final exams as my mum gave me a letter which was in her family. It’s an original letter of 1829 which was sent with an opinion of Daniel O’Connell.”, says John when explaining his path to King’s Inns.''
In Plain Sight: new portrait to be unveiled on October 19
The In Plain Sight initiative was created, together with The Bar of Ireland, in response to a notable under-representation of female subjects displayed in our collections.
The artist and sculptor Vera Klute has been announced as the latest artist to be commissioned. The 2023 Commission is of Frances Moran SC, who become the first female Senior Counsel in 1941, across both Ireland and Britain.
The portrait will be unveiled on October 19 at King’s Inns, prior to Members' Dining. Open to all members. Book to attend >