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Posted in , , on July 8, 2021

APLI ESSAY COMPETITION WINNERS 2020

Council is delighted to announce the winners of the 2020 essay competition:

  • First place: Aisling Ryan – UCC School of Law
  • Second place: Conor Daly – McCann FitzGerald
  • Honourable mention: Helen Hogan – Kings Inns

The standard this year was exceptionally high, thank you to all who took part.

DISCLAIMER All views or opinions expressed in these essays are the author’s own in respect of the essay topic and do not represent the views or opinions of the APLI.  The APLI have made the essays available for informational purposes only and the APLI does not make any representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy or applicability of the essays.”

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Aisling Ryan - 1st place APLI Essay Competition 2020 (190 KB)

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Conor Daly - 2nd Place APLI Essay Competition 2020 (122 KB)

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Helen Hogan - Honourable mention APLI Essay Competition 2020 (152 KB)

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Posted in , on June 14, 2021

APLI essay competition 2021

The APLI invites essays on the following topic:

“Pensions regulation is moving under the umbrella of general financial regulation at E.U. level – what is the impact of this on the Irish
pensions industry now and in the future? (focussing on ESG, trustee investment duties, SRD2, SFDR and IORP II etc.)”

  • 1st Prize: €4,000
  • 2nd Prize: €1,000

The competition is open to: (i) all students of law; (ii) all trainee Solicitors and Barristers; and (iii) all Solicitors/Barristers qualified less than 2 years.

Essays should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words. The deadline for submission is 26 July 2021. Joint submissions are welcome.

Please see the attached poster and competition rules for further details.

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APLI Essay Rules 2021 (126 KB)

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APLI Essay Competition 2021 (173 KB)

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Posted in , on June 8, 2020

APLI essay competition 2020

The APLI invites essays on the following topic:

““Paternalism” in pensions – how far should the law go in regulating pensions saving behaviour.”

  • 1st Prize: €4,000
  • 2nd Prize: €1000

The competition is open to: (i) all students of law; (ii) all trainee Solicitors and Barristers; and (iii) all Solicitors/Barristers qualified less than 2 years.

Essays should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words. The deadline for submission is 15 July 2020. Joint submissions are welcome.

Please see the attached poster and competition rules for further details.

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APLI Essay Competition 2020 (306 KB)

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APLI-Essay-Rules-2020 (130 KB)

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Posted in , on January 25, 2019

APLI Essay Competition 2019

The APLI invites essays on the following topic:

“Mandatory retirement ages and State pension ages – how have other jurisdictions managed the conundrum of being too old for work but too poor to retire? – Consider one or more of the legal aspects (including pensions law) and how solutions used in other states might work in Ireland.”

  • 1st Prize: €4,000
  • 2nd Prize: €1000

The competition is open to: (i) all students of law; (ii) all trainee Solicitors and Barristers; and (iii) all Solicitors/Barristers qualified less than 2 years.

Essays should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words. The deadline for submission is 31 March 2019. Joint submissions are welcome.

Please see the attached poster and competition rules for further details.

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APLI Essay Competition 2019 (751 KB)

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APLI Essay Rules 2019 (48 KB)

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Posted in , on March 30, 2015

APLI Survey 2015

The APLI is conducting a short survey in order to understand the needs of its existing and potential future members, and to find out if we are meeting your expectations of what the APLI should be doing.

The survey is completely anonymous, and should not take longer than 5 minutes to complete. Members and non-Members are invited to complete the survey by Friday, 17 April 2015. The link to the survey is below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YRVBBPS

 

Posted in on December 5, 2014

APLI Essay Competition 2014

The APLI invites essays on the following topic:

“In what circumstances will the Irish Courts interfere with the decisions of pension scheme trustees and how has this compared to the situation in other jurisdictions?”

  • 1st Prize: €1,000
  • 2nd Prize: €500

Prizes will be awarded to the winners and runners up in the following categories:

  • Category 1: All students of law
  • Category 2: All Trainee Solicitors and Solicitors/Barristers qualified less than 2 years.

Essays should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words. The deadline for submission is 31 January 2015. Joint submissions are welcome.

Please see the attached poster and competition rules for further details.

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APLI Essay Poster 2014 (6 KB)

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APLI Essay Competition Rules 2014 (7 KB)

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