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University of Limerick Law Society LGBTQIA+: Rights in Law Conference

The UL Student Law Society hosted its first ever LGBTQIA+ themed conference on 25th October. The event was a collaboration between the UL Law Society and Out in UL, and was part of SoUL week, a week dedicated to the societies of UL. The conference was also broadcast live on ULFM. The event was kindly sponsored… Continue reading University of Limerick Law Society LGBTQIA+: Rights in Law Conference

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A reading with Danny Denton (via The Ogham Stone)

“Write the story that you want to read” As UL Frankenweek drew to a close on Halloween eve, we were lucky to be joined by upcoming Cork author, Danny Denton. Frankenweek kicked off on Monday the 22nd of October and has offered great writing workshops, readings and screenings related to the 200th anniversary of Mary […]… Continue reading A reading with Danny Denton (via The Ogham Stone)

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AHSS Postgraduate Programmes Shortlisted for National Awards

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Limerick are delighted to announce that five of our postgraduate courses have been shortlisted for Postgraduate Course of the Year by Grad Ireland: Postgraduate Course of the year in Arts & Humanities: MA in Songwriting MA in Technical Communication and E-Learning MA in Sociology (Youth,… Continue reading AHSS Postgraduate Programmes Shortlisted for National Awards

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Future of Europe Debate: What kind of EU do we want?

  The Centre for European Studies (CEUROS) at the University of Limerick organised a very successful workshop about the Future of Europe in the Strand Hotel, Limerick on 10th October. The evening was part of a series of events entitled Limerick citizens and the European Union: Where do we go from here? and was funded by… Continue reading Future of Europe Debate: What kind of EU do we want?

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Mason Hayes and Curran Company Law prize

The corporate law firm of Mason Hayes and Curran award a prize to the UL Law student who secures the best results in Company Law over the two semesters. This generous initiative has been running for a few years now and is much appreciated by students and the School of Law alike. Patrick Brennan was… Continue reading Mason Hayes and Curran Company Law prize

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AI software provider Neota Logic and McCann FitzGerald announce partnership with the University of Limerick

AI software provider, Neota Logic and leading law firm, McCann FitzGerald have announced a partnership with the University of Limerick to deliver the first-ever third-level legal tech course from spring 2019. In what is a first for the legal industry and legal education in Ireland, students will have the opportunity to learn how to design,… Continue reading AI software provider Neota Logic and McCann FitzGerald announce partnership with the University of Limerick

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Book launch: The Letters of Oliver Goldsmith

The Letters of Oliver Goldsmith was recently launched by the Chancellor of Trinity College Dublin and former President of Ireland Mary Robinson, in the Long Room of the Old Library at Trinity, Goldsmith’s alma mater. The new publication, edited by Professor Michael Griffin, School of English, Irish and Communication at UL and Dr David O’Shaughnessy of the English… Continue reading Book launch: The Letters of Oliver Goldsmith

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Book launch: Songs of Social Protest

A major collection of essays entitled Songs of Social Protest was launched last week at the University of Limerick. Running to almost 700 pages, the book was edited by Aileen Dillane, Martin J. Power, Eoin Devereux and Amanda Haynes. It features research on many diverse singers and genres from Damien Dempsey, Billie Holiday, to rap,… Continue reading Book launch: Songs of Social Protest

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Transgender guest speaker at University of Limerick tells of her battle to win her child back

The newspaper run by our Journalism students Limerick Voice recently reported back from an event at UL where Jessica Lynn spoke about her inspiring and emotional story. The event was organised by GenderArc and Gender, Culture & Society (GCS) at UL: American transgender speaker Jessica Lynn held nothing back as she explicitly and emotionally recounted the… Continue reading Transgender guest speaker at University of Limerick tells of her battle to win her child back

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Argentine Cinema Series at the University of Limerick

The University of Limerick will host an Argentine Cinema Series this October. The festival is supported by the Embassy of Argentina in Ireland and the School of Modern Languages and Applied Languages. The Last Elvis (Armando Bó 2012) Tuesday 16 October, D1 050, 6pm The film tells the story of Carlos Gutiérrez, an Elvis impersonator in… Continue reading Argentine Cinema Series at the University of Limerick

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New Law Library at the University of Limerick

The University of Limerick recently unveiled the dynamic and inspiring new Glucksman Library, designed to transform the Library and the University for scholarship in a digital age. The dynamic new library, which was overseen by Director Dr Gobnait O’Riordan, has been dramatically reimagined and extended with a sequence of interlinked, handsome, well-lit and beautifully proportioned… Continue reading New Law Library at the University of Limerick