IACBA Annual Conference 2023

Date: Friday 24th November 2023

Start Time: 2pm

Finish Time: 5.30pm

3 CPD points.

Conference will be followed by a reception in the Sheds, Distillery Building.

Speakers & topics include;

Anthony Collins, Advocate General, Court of Justice EU - recent Asylum cases in the CJEU

Mr Justice Maurice Collins - Citizenship, Sovereignty, and the Limits of Equality.

Patricia Brazil SC

Aoife McMahon BL - EU free-movement rights

Marie Flynn BL. - Emerging issues in join-spouse visa applications

Dr Clíodhna Murphy - MK (Albania) v Minister for Justice [2022] IESC 48 and CI v Minister for Justice [2015] IECA 192 and other recent case-law of the European Court of Human Rights, including ZA v Ireland (Judgment of 9 March 2023)

Nuala Mole, Aire Centre - Children in Migration at the European Court of Human Rights - some selected decisions and some pending cases

Conference Chair: Rossa Fanning SC, Attorney General

Accessibility Requirements: At the Bar of Ireland we wish for our events to be as welcoming, accessible and inclusive for all. Please provide us if comfortable with any accessibility related considerations so that we can endeavour to ensure a barrier free experience during the event. Email events@lawlibrary.ie to discuss your needs.

This conference is open to all. 

To attend this conference, please book your ticket below.

Group discount available on tickets – buy 7 places, get 1 place free. Use discount code DIS1FR to avail below of this discount.

Group booking requests/ Invoice requests, please contact iacba@lawlibrary.ie


We are delighted to say that this year's conference is now sold out. If you are interested in attending, please add your name to the wait list below. If a ticket becomes available, we'll contact those on the wait list.


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Additional Information

The Immigration, Asylum and Citizenship Bar Association (IACBA) is an association of barristers who are members of The Bar of Ireland.

We specialise in immigration (including EU free movement of persons), asylum and citizenship law, in addition to related areas such as employment permits, family reunification and trafficking in human persons.

Our aim is to provide relevant continuing professional development seminars, information and public events to better inform barristers and the wider public of these areas of law. For more information, go to www.iacba.ie