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Call for Abstracts - UCD Law Review Round Table

We are currently accepting abstracts for the UCD Law Review Round Table which will take place on October 23rd 2013. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, 2nd October 2013. For further details, see the Round Table tab.

The Editorial Board of Volume 13 of the UCD Law Review

Back row, L to R: Ciara McManus, Ciarán Cronin, Cian Logan, Anna Ní Uiginn, Matthew Gregg, Ruth Crawley (Deputy Editor).

Front row, L to R: Aoibheann Duffy, Aoife McDonough, Miriam Keane (Editor-in-Chief), Georgina Forde, Kate Moloney.

Missing from photo: Rachel Heavey and Yvanne Kennedy.

Call for Submissions - Volume 13

We are currently accepting submissions for the 13th Volume of the UCD Law Review. The deadline for submissions is Friday, 29th March 2013. For further details, see the Submissions tab.

Launch of Volume 12

Left to right: Jodie-Jane Tingle (Author), Donal Scott (Author), Cliana Carroll (Editor-in-Chief), Alan Roberts (A&L Goodbody), Miriam Keane (Deputy Editor), Áine Quirke (Board Member), The Hon. Justice Peter Kelly, The Hon. Justice Gerard Hogan.


The Hon. Justice Peter Kelly speaking at the launch of Volume 12 of the UCD Law Review.

The in-coming and outgoing Editors-in-Chief, Miriam Keane and Cliana Carroll.


Left to right: Miriam Keane (Deputy Editor), The Hon. Justice Peter Kelly, Dr. Gavin Barrett (Academic Advisor), Cliana Carroll (Editor-in-Chief), The Hon. Justice Gerard Hogan, Alan Roberts (A&L Goodbody), Dr.Oonagh Breen (Academic Advisor).

Launch of Volume 11 of the University College Dublin Law Review

The Board of the University College Dublin Law Review was honoured to welcome the Chief Justice of Ireland, Mrs. Justice Susan Denham, to launch Volume 11 on October 19th 2011. Chief Justice Denham was joined by other members of the Irish judiciary Mrs. Justice Maureen Harding-Clark and Mrs. Justice Mary Finlay-Geoghegan, who provided the Foreword for Volume 11.


In speaking to the academics, Board members, authors and students that were present, the Chief Justice remarked on how pleased she was that the American institution of a student-run Law Review was gaining traction in Ireland, as she believes it to be of the utmost importance as part of a complete legal education. The mixture of domestic and international authorship of the Review was cited as allowing for a well-rounded perspective to be given on the issues discussed within Volume 11. The articles that were published dealt with a variety of topics, including antitrust laws, human rights and competing interests in the pharmaceutical trade.


The UCD Law Review would like to express sincere thanks to our primary sponsor Arthur Cox, as represented by Ms. Jane Babb at the launch, for their continued support. The Board is also happy to acknowledge A&L Goodbody, the sponsor of our Most Outstanding Article prize. This award was presented by Mr. Alan Roberts to Editor-in-Chief Liane Egan on behalf of Robert Ennis for his article “Competing Priorities in Antitrust Enforcement: Europe and the New Economy.”


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