Trinity Law Association Dinner 2019

Overview

Join the Trinity Law Association, along with current Law students and Fellows, for their biennial black tie dinner in Hall. Taking place at College on Saturday 16 March, we are sure this will be a memorable evening!

The event will start with a lecture, ‘Brexit: What now?’, delivered by Professor Catherine Barnard (e2006). Drinks will be served in the Old Combination Room at 7pm, followed by dinner in Hall at 7.30pm.

It’s our pleasure to welcome Ms Fiona Clark (1978) as our guest speaker after dinner. Fiona joined the College in 1978, an iconic year where we welcomed the first cohort of female undergraduates to Trinity.


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Speakers

Professor Catherine Barnard is Professor of European Union Law and the Jean Monnet Chair of EU Law in the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests include European Union law, labour and discrimination law, and competition law.

Fiona Clark read law at Trinity between 1978 and 1981 and so was one of the first five women law undergraduates. She is a barrister practising at 8 New Square, Lincoln’s Inn. Her practice initially focussed on copyright and entertainment cases, but over the years it broadened to cover all areas of intellectual property law. She has represented clients both before domestic courts and tribunals and in Luxembourg, and was one of a team of EU experts sent to China by the European Patent Office to take part in workshops and round table discussions as part of the IPR2 international co-operation project in 2009 and 2010. Fiona is also the editor of the Reports of Patent Cases (the official reports for key UK intellectual property cases) and the Fleet Street Reports (the other series of reports specialising in UK intellectual property decisions of all kinds), both of which are published monthly. She is also senior editor and co-author of The Encyclopedia of United Kingdom and European Patent Law  (looseleaf), a co-author of The Modern Law of Copyright (Fourth Edition), co-author of Atkins Court Forms – Trade Marks and Trade Names (2002, 2005 and 2012 Editions), author of Atkins Court Forms – Copyright (2010 Edition) and a member of the Editorial Board of the European Intellectual Property Review.

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Programme

5:45 pm

Brexit: What now?

Winstanley Lecture Theatre
7:00 pm

Drinks Reception

Old Combination Room
7:30 pm

Dinner

Hall - black tie/formal
10:00 pm

Carriages