GENERAL CPD

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 2017

| DUBLIN – November 30th |

   

09 00 to 10 00

CAPACITY, WARDSHIP & POWERS OF ATTORNEY –  An update 

Mr Michael Lynn SC (TBC)                    

 1 CPD point

10 05 to 11 05

DRINK DRIVING –  An update

                 Mr Garrett Casey BL                     

 1 CPD point

11 15 to 12 15

LANDLORD AND TENANT – THE RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES (AMEND) ACT 2015 

   Ms Majella Twomey BL                    

 1 CPD point

12 15 to 13 15

CONVEYANCING – CONDITIONS OF SALE 2017

   Ms Majella Twomey BL                    

 1 CPD point

14 00 to 15 00

FAMILY LAW – An update

Dr Sarah Fennell BL                    

 1 CPD point

15 05 to 16 05

PARENTAL LEAVE & BENEFIT ACT 2016

Mr Eddie Keane, Director of Teaching and Learning, School of Law, UL                    

 1 CPD point

16 15 to 17 15

THE PROTECTED DISCLOSURES ACT 2014  

Ercus Stewart SC                    

 1 CPD point

| DUBLIN – December 1st |

09 00 to 10 00    

NEW HIGH COURT RULES - PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

Ms Majella Twomey BL                    

 1 CPD point

10 05 to 11 05

PERSONAL INJURIES - An update

Dr Claire Hogan BL                    

 1 CPD point

11 15 to 12 15

MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE An update

Mr John Healy SC                    

 1 CPD point

12 15 to 13 15    

INSOLVENCY An update

Mr Garret Byrne BL                    

 1 CPD point

14 00 to 15 00

REPOSSESSION AND DEBT COLLECTION – A case law update

Mr Keith Rooney BL                    

 1 CPD point

15 05 to 16 05

PROBATE LAW – An update 

Ms Anne Marie Maher BL                    

 1 CPD point

16 15 to 17 15    

ELDERLY CLIENTS & THE FAIR DEAL SCHEME

Mr Nick Reilly BL                    

 1 CPD point

 

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