The Irish Centre for European Law is seeking applications from interested individuals for several voluntary positions, as it prepares to elect a new board, with additional officers, in October.
The centre is a neutral, not-for-profit body that seeks to promote knowledge, understanding and the good practice of EU law and European human-rights law.
Based in Trinity College Dublin, it was founded in 1988 by former President Mary Robinson (small picture), who was then a senator. She was the centre’s first director.
The board’s nominations committee is seeking applications for the positions of treasurer, secretary, ordinary membership of the board, and membership of the audit committee.
A range of skills and diversity is sought, and the deadline for application is 17 September.