DIT to host a series of public law lecturesPosted: 5 March, 2018
DIT is to host a series of public law lectures commencing on Wednesday, 7 March in DIT Aungier Street.
The inaugural lecture, presented by Dr Brian Barry of the School of Languages, Law and Social Science, will explore how judges judge by examining research on how psychological errors, emotion, biases and group dynamics all affect judges when they decide cases.
The second lecture of the series on Wednesday, 14 March by Mr Niall Neligan BL provides a comparative evaluation of the laws governing the regulation of cannabis in Colorado and the continuing cost of prohibition in Ireland. Dr Stephen Carruthers will provide fascinating insights into how the current model of European Law isn’t working on Wednesday, 21 March while Ms Ruth Cannon BL will highlight the latest developments in landlord and tenant law in relation to commercial leases on Monday, 9 April.
Read more about the Public Lectures 2018 here.