It is important to keep up to date with what is relevant and happening in your industry. A great way to do this is through networking. Next month there is a host of events to take advantage of the to help you get industry insight and build your professional network. We have put together our picks of the top networking events taking place in Dublin this May that may be of interest to professionals.
A morning with Alexis Mourre
The President of the International Court of Arbitration, Alexis Mourre will visit Dublin on 2 May. Mr Mourre has participated as counsel or arbitrator in more than 230 arbitration proceedings under most international arbitration rules. He will be addressing the following topics such as the new ICC Rules effective 1 March 2017, the opening of a new ICC Case Management Offices, the global arbitration landscape, diversity in arbitration and the potential impact of Brexit on the arbitration landscape.
Tuesday, May 2nd – Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre, Distillery Building, 145-151 Church Street, Dublin 7.
Legal & Finance Network Event
The Legal & Finance Network is Ireland’s premier network for business people and will be hosting a unique one-day corporate networking event in Lansdowne F.C. (Aviva Stadium), Dublin. The purpose of the event is for business professionals from various sectors to meet, connect and grow their business in an activity based environment.
Saturday, May 13th – Lansdowne FC (Aviva Stadium), Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4
ICSA Ireland Conference 2017
The Conference is the largest annual event for company secretaries and governance professionals in Ireland. This conference aims to provide delegates with the tools to approach the coming year with confidence and an opportunity to reflect upon the value of governance. Delegates will benefit from expert input on topics including corporate governance, strategy, technical updates, interactive workshops and personal development.
Tuesday, May 23rd – The Ballsbridge Hotel, 4 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4
IRLI Commercial Law Update
IRLI is delighted to host again this year a CPD on Commercial Law. The event is at its fourth edition and proved to be very successful in the past, raising over €5,000 each time for the charity. The format of the seminar includes the presentation by eminent Senior Counsel and Solicitors of eight substantive papers prepared for them by specialist practitioners (junior counsel and solicitors) in particular areas of commercial law. These papers will be compiled into booklets and given to the attendees. It is an interesting format which has worked very well before.
Saturday, May 27th – The Atrium, Distillery Building
Economic Summit 2017: Opportunity from Uncertainty?
Presently, the Irish economy is exposed to major global forces. The Irish Times Economic Summit 2017 explores what the effects of Brexit, French Elections and Trump on Ireland. Leading politicians and business leaders will come together to address the challenges and to discuss the opportunities that may arise at this pivotal moment of political and economic change.
Tuesday, May 30th –The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel, 27 Saint Stephen’s Green, Dublin