The Diploma Centre Certificate in Commercial Contracts starts on Saturday 21 October 2017. This course provides an understanding of the fundamental competencies required by the commercial lawyer when drafting, reviewing, and negotiating commercial agreements.
The Dublin Solicitors’ Bar Association, Sole Practitioners’ Network and Law Society Finuas Network present this symposium covering management and regulatory topics including guidance on the GDPR for solicitors’ practices.
The increasing complexity of construction law provides for a proliferation of contracts and conflict and dispute resolution mechanisms. This complexity has led to a demand for professionals with the skills to analyse, manage, and solve intricate problems that often arise on major projects. The Diploma Centre is offering a new Diploma in Construction Law, which begins on 11 October 2017 and provides an overview of the specialised discipline that is construction law and practice in Ireland.
Following the success of its inaugural conference last year, the Younger Members Committee, in partnership with Law Society Professional Training, will host its annual conference at Blackhall Place this Thursday 12 October from 2.00pm to 5.00pm.
The Diploma in Mediator Training, launching on Friday 27 October 2017, is accredited with the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland (MII) and provides participants with a detailed knowledge of the scope of mediation in Ireland, together with the practical skills needed to advise and act in mediations.
This autumn the Diploma Centre are launching six new courses, including our Diploma in Construction Law, Diploma in Regulation Law and Practice, and Certificate in Pensions and Applied Trusteeship, all of which are delivered by experienced and leading practitioners in an engaging and flexible learning environment.
The theme of the annual conference for in-house solicitors, on 9 November in Dublin, is the role of in-house counsel in managing risk, building trust and leading. GDPR will also be discussed from the perspective of the in-house solicitor.