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Events: 21 April 2022

Annual Construction Law Conference 2022

Annual Construction Law Conference 2022

The Construction Bar Association (CBA) is hosting its seventh major open conference event on Friday, May 6, 2022.

The CBA has chosen a broad range of topics, which will be of interest to barristers, solicitors, construction professionals, contractors, construction dispute resolution practitioners, and all of those interested in construction law.

The conference will be opened by Jonathan Fitzgerald BL, Chair of the Construction Bar Association.

Conference Details

Date: Friday, May 6, 2022

Location: The Bar of Ireland, Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7

Time: 2 pm, registration from 1.30 pm

Taking place in the Atrium of the Distillery Building, the conference is a half–day event and will finish at approximately 5.30 pm with a drinks reception in adjoining The Sheds Bar.

Topics will include:

  1. Adjudication
  2. Insurance
  3. Multi–Unit Developments
  4. Suspension and Termination

Confirmed speakers to date include:

  • The Hon. Mr. Justice Garrett Simmons
  • Mrs Justice Finola O’Farrell DBE
  • Peggy O’Rourke SC
  • Patrick Leonard SC
  • John Kennedy SC
  • Robert Fitzpatrick SC
  • Lydia Bunni BL
  • James Burke BL
  • Anita Finucane BL

View Conference Programme

Cost and Booking Details

  • Non–Member rate: €145.00
  • CBA Member rate: €85.00
  • Student / Devil rate: €40.00

All students of King’s Inns – Diploma, Degree and Advanced Diplomas – can avail of the €40.00 rate.

Register here

About the CBA

The Construction Bar Association of Ireland (CBA) is a specialist association of Irish lawyers who practise in or have an interest in construction law and the resolution of disputes in the sector. The CBA seeks to advance the state of knowledge of Irish construction law through its regular conferences, events and ad hoc briefings to members on hot topics as they arise during the legal year.

The CBA acts as a vibrant hub for Irish lawyers who advise upon or act in construction law–related matters to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience. The CBA has grown since its inception in April 2013 to include over 130 members.

Membership of the Association is open to both barristers and solicitors; the relevant application forms can be downloaded from the CBA website: cba–