Purpose

The purpose of the ISCL is to encourage the comparative study of law and legal systems and to seek affiliation with individuals and organisations with complimentary aims. We were established in June 2008 and are recognised by the International Academy of Comparative Law.





Thursday, November 2, 2017

BACL ANNUAL SEMINAR 2017 ‘COMPARING UK AND IRISH LAW: A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP? JOINT SEMINAR OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF COMPARATIVE LAW AND THE IRISH SOCIETY OF COMPARATIVE LAW

The British Association of Comparative Law (BACL) held its annual seminar, jointly with the Irish Society of Comparative Law, at University College, Dublin on 5 September 2017. To celebrate BACL’s first annual seminar in Ireland, the seminar reflected on the relationship between UK and Irish law in the fields of land law, banking regulation, language legislation and consumer law. This was our first collaboration with the ISCL and we hope that this will be an ongoing relationship as well!  The seminar was sponsored by publishers, Intersentia, to whom we are very grateful for their support ... (continued, BACL Blog)

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

BACL/ISCL: ‘Comparing UK and Irish law: A special relationship?’, University College Dublin, 5 September 2017, 9.30-12.00

BACL/ISCL -  Comparing UK and Irish law: A special relationship?’ - Joint Seminar of the British Association of Comparative Law and the Irish Society of Comparative Law - Room L248, Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin - 9.30-12.00 on 5 September 2017

This is the morning before the start of the 2017 SLS Meeting at UCD - details here.

Session 1 (9.45-10.45): Professor Lorna Fox O’Mahony (University of Essex): Land law ideologies and the British-Irish Question, from the Famine to post-Brexit; Professor Blanaid Clarke (Trinity College Dublin): Enforcement against Individuals for Failings in Banks

Session 2: (11.00-12.00): Dr Daithi Mac Sithigh (University of Newcastle): Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow: Legislation on languages in the UK and Ireland; Dr Cliona Kelly (University College Dublin: Consumer Rights Reform in the UK and Ireland - A case study in Legal Transplants

This event is free and all are welcome to attend. Please address any enquiries to the Secretary of BACL, Claudina Richards (c.richards@uea.ac.uk).

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

ISCL Conference: Deadline for Papers Extended.

We have now extended the deadline for papers to 21 March. Proposals by both members and non-members, as well as by professional academics and graduate students are welcome. Proposals should be maximum 500 words in length and be sent to iscl2016@gmail.com.