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The In-House and Public Sector Annual Conference 2021 – Hybrid Working and Ireland as a Choice of Law
This annual conference on the morning of 14 October is presented by the In-house and Public Sector Committee in collaboration with Law Society Finuas Skillnet and is aimed at solicitors employed in-house in the private and public sectors. 
 
This year’s webinar will focus on hybrid working, the new normal and Ireland as a choice of law and the Ireland for Law Group. Speakers' presentations will be followed by interactive panel discussion with expert panelists from both private and public sector from both small and large in-house departments.
 
Speakers include Rowena Hennigan, RoRemote, Consultant; Emma Redmond, Privacy and Data Protection Counsel, Stripe; Liam Kennedy S.C., Former Chair Litigation Committee, CEDR Accredited Mediator, Partner A&L Goodbody and Gavin Woods, Partner, Arthur Cox. Other speakers TBC 
 
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Email: lspt@lawsociety.ie
Tel:01 881 5727.
 
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