King’s Inns was victorious at the International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot Competition 2022 (English edition), sweeping the board with awards for the overall winner of the competition, best speaker in the final (Sinead Murphy), best prosecution memorial and best victims’ counsel team.
The ICC Moot Court Competition is the world’s biggest international criminal law moot competition, consisting of 76 teams from 42 countries in the 2022 international edition. It is organised by the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies – Leiden University and the International Bar Association.
LSDSI Auditor, Aisling Bruen, delivered a decisive and thought-provoking Inaugural Address
On Wednesday, May 25, Aisling Bruen, Diploma in Legal Studies student and Auditor (Session 192) of the Law Students’ Debating Society of Ireland (LSDSI), delivered her Inaugural Address at King’s Inns.
The theme of the Address was “Children in State Care and the Criminal Justice System”. As a proud care–leaver, the theme chosen is very close to Aisling’s heart. She is passionate about advocating for children’s rights in care and aftercare.
In Plain Sight: Portrait of first female barristers unveiled
The double portrait is by Sligo-based artist Emma Stroude and depicts Frances Kyle BL and Averil Deverell BL, the first two women to be called to the Irish Bar in 1921 after the enactment of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act, 1919.
The painting was commissioned as part of our joint 'In Plain Sight' initiative with The Bar of Ireland.
In Plain Sight seeks to celebrate the achievements and enhance the visibility of women in the field of law that demonstrated significant leadership, influence and contribution to legal practice and education.
Mar chuid den chúrsa Ard–Dioplóma sa Teangeolaíocht Dhlíthiúil agus san Aistriúchán Dlíthiúil in Óstaí an Rí, eagraíodh cuairt ar Institiúidí an AE chun léargas a thabhairt do mhic léinn ar an bpróiseas earcaíochta agus ar na deiseanna atá ar fáil d’aistritheoirí Gaeilge agus do chéimithe dlí.
Scríobhann Felim Ó Maolmhána, mac léinn ar an gcúrsa Ard–Dioplóma sa Dlítheangeolaíocht agus san Aistriúchán Dlíthiúil 2022, faoina thaithí.
King’s Inns has featured in many great 19th-century prints as one of the iconic buildings of Dublin.
In the modern era, King’s Inns has specially commissioned artists and photographers such as Robert Ballagh, David Evans, Stephen Woulfe Flanagan, Michael Craig and David Davison.
Most recently, we engaged John Short to realise visual impressions of external and internal views of King’s Inns and the courtroom settings where some of our graduates work as barristers, court officials and judges.
Tour facilitators required at the Courts Service of Ireland
The Courts Service of Ireland is looking for qualified and in–training legal practitioners to facilitate school visits at the Criminal Courts of Justice.
After a break due to the ongoing pandemic, the school visits will recommence in the new legal year, October 2022.
Legal practitioners, particularly newly qualified barristers (graduates 2020 to 2022), degree of Barrister–at–Law students and recent Diploma in Legal Studies graduates, along with diploma students heading into Year 2, can apply.