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Cat and Dog Fur Regulation presentation

On 24 July, Laura Donnellan presented at the world’s first summer school on the ethics of fur organized by the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics. The summer school took place at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, from 23-26 July, 2017. Laura’s paper was titled: “The Cat and Dog Fur Regulation: A Critique of the EU Approach… Continue reading Cat and Dog Fur Regulation presentation

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UL Lecturer presented with a certificate of appreciation by the Japanese Foreign Ministry

The year 2017 marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ireland and Japan. At an event on Monday 9 January at Iveagh House in Dublin, Barbara Geraghty, lecturer in Japanese in the School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics, was presented with a certificate of appreciation by the Japanese Foreign Ministry… Continue reading UL Lecturer presented with a certificate of appreciation by the Japanese Foreign Ministry

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UL graduate talks about his experience reaching the peak of Mount Everest

University of Limerick staff and students were today given a fascinating talk by UL Law & Accounting graduate Robert Mortell, who last year become the youngest Irish person to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Robert spoke about his intense preparation for the climb, the importance of teamwork, and his struggle with staying alert mentally in such extreme… Continue reading UL graduate talks about his experience reaching the peak of Mount Everest

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UL Law student wins Bold Ideas Award

Congratulations to Sarah McCarthy, Law Plus student, who won the A & L Goodbody Bold Ideas Award. Sarah’s idea related to the creation of the Irish Fintech Investor Market ("IFIM"), an online tool to connect young Irish Fintech start ups that lack the necessary funding to progress their ideas, with investors from across the world… Continue reading UL Law student wins Bold Ideas Award