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LIMITED AVAILABILITY: In-House and Public Sector Panel Discussion

Enhancing and Demonstrating Value – Sourcing and Managing Legal Services is the topic for this year’s panel discussion taking place in the Law Society on 16 May. 

This discussion will address the challenges for in-house solicitors in trying to recognise, achieve and demonstrate value for money in legal services. The panel will also address the question from the perspective of the private practice lawyer running a legal services business.  The discussion will be facilitated by a select panel of both public and private sector in-house solicitors, who will share personal observations and insights based on their career experiences. 

The panel will be joined by a number of experts who will provide insights from a technology, regulatory and marketing perspective. Smaller break-out discussion groups will follow, which will provide an ideal opportunity to learn and explore further the issues raised by the panel with your in-house colleagues.  

Patrick Dorgan, President of the Law Society, will welcome delegates. 

Date: 16 May 2019

Venue: Presidents’ Hall, Law Society of Ireland, Blackhall Place, Dublin 7 

Fee: €65

CPD Hours: 3 Management & Professional Development Skills (by Group Study)

Chairperson and Panellists include:
  • Mark Cockerill, Service Now Ireland, Chairperson of the In-house and Public Sector Committee
  • Helen Dooley, Group General Counsel, AIB
  • Pat Ambrose, Association of Corporate Counsel DLL Ireland DAC
  • David Rowe, Director/Founder, Outsource
  • Brendan Cooke, Cyril O’Neill, Legal Costs Accountants 

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