The Irish Society of Comparative Law, in conjunction with the School of Law, Trinity College, and the Institute for International Integration Studies in Trinity College Dublin, is hosting a public lecture entitled:
Data Protection and European Developments: a German View
by Professor Heinrich Wolff (pictured left), Professor for Public Law at the Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) and Visiting Fellow at the Institute for International Integration Studies in Trinity College Dublin.
The event will be chaired by Mr Paul Lambert, of Merrion Legal Solicitors and NUIG, author of Data Protection Law in Ireland (Clarus Press, 2013); and it will take place at 7pm, on Wednesday 20 March 2013, in the IIIS Seminar Room, 6th Floor Arts Building (map here), Trinity College Dublin.
The theme of this timely lecture is data protection and European developments from a German perspective; and it will be divided into parts:
– the basics of the data protection law,
– a description of European data protection and its reform, and
– an evaluation of the reform from the German perspective.
This event is free and all are very welcome to attend. Annual membership of the Irish Society for Comparative Law is available for €50. If you have any queries or to register your interest, please email Dr Niamh Connolly (TCD) ISCL Secretary.