King's Inns

By: King’s Inns  05/12/2011
Keywords: Inns, Dining Facilities

Guided Tours

Guided tours of King's Inns can be arranged by calling +353 1 874 4840.   There is a charge of €100 for each group of 30 or less.   A tour usually lasts 1 hour and comprises a visit to Frederick Darley's neo-classical library building and to James Gandon's last public building in Dublin

Reciprocal arrangements with the American Inns of Court
King's Inns and the American Inns of Court have a reciprocal arrangement whereby members of the American Inns of Court will be entitled to avail of tours and dining facilities at King's Inns on the basis of mutual visitation privileges.

There are over 334 chartered American Inns of Court in various cities around the United States. There are 24,000 active members and twice as many alumni members.   At the present time, there are an additional 40 Inns in various stages of formation.   All the justices of the Supreme Court and some 80 percent of the judiciary belong to an Inn of Court. 

While none of the Inns have permanent facilities, the members would be delighted to meet and host members of the Honorable Society of King's Inns. The norm would be for the Irish members to go directly to the Inn of their choice.  However, the Executive Director, David P Carey will arrange visits if requested.

The contact details for David P Carey are:
David P Carey, 127 South Peyton Street, Suite 201, Alexandria,  Virginia 22314, USA 

King's Inns would like to remind members of the American Inns of Court that the Inns are only available for dining during the evening dining terms. Reservations may be made by contacting Miriam Riordan at +353 1 8744840.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Dining Facilities, Inns