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THE DUBLIN SOLICITORS BAR ASSOCIATION

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR

 

COMMERCIAL LAW and IP & TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR

 

A MASTERCLASS IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT

 

13 July 2016

Byrne Wallace

88 Harcourt Street

Dublin 2

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Niamh Hyland, S.C. will talk about the new EU Procurement Directives which have recently been transposed into Irish law.

Brendan Glynn, B.L. (LLB, LLM) will focus on themes in the public procurement process, paying particular attention to MEAT (Most Economically Advantageous Tender), the treatment of SMEs and green public procurement.

Louise Forrest will speak about the day to day practice side of public procurement.

SPEAKERS:

Niamh Hyland, S.C. is a Senior Counsel who has been a practicing lawyer for 20 years. She is also a qualified mediator and arbitrator. She has extensive experience in the legal aspects of public administration and regulation at local, national and European levels and has served on a variety of professional councils and committees. Niamh specialises in a number of areas of European Union law including public procurement, competition, commercial law, construction law, insurance law and administrative law. She is included in the International Who’s Who of Public Procurement Lawyers for 2013 and 2014. Prior to being called to the Bar, Niamh was a Foundation Scholar of Trinity College Dublin, did a Master’s Degree at Magdalen College Oxford, lectured in Trinity College in European Union law as the Jean Monnet Professor, and worked as a Referendaire at the Court of First Instance in Luxembourg and as a Euro-Jus Advisor at the European Commission Representation in Dublin. Niamh is also in the 2015 Guide to Public Procurement.

 

 

Brendan Glynn, B.L. (LLB, LLM) is a practicing barrister with a diploma in public procurement law. He qualified as a barrister in 2008 and practices mainly in the areas of employment, family, criminal and public law. He has lectured and taught criminal law, land law, energy law and public procurement. He also recently finished up working as the personal assistant to the Attorney General and has returned to private practice. He has written for the Irish Law Times on public procurement topics

 

Louise Forrest, Partner and Head of the Construction and Procurement team, Byrne Wallace, Law Firm. Louise has specialised in construction law since qualifying as a solicitor in 2003.  As Head of the Construction and Procurement team in Byrne Wallace, she advises a wide spectrum of domestic and international clients. Louise has developed a particular specialty in non-contentious construction providing advice that is legally sound and focused on practical and implementable solutions. She advises on all stages of the life cycle of a project; from tendering and procurement strategies to drafting and negotiating contracts and providing dispute resolution advice, when necessary, including conciliation, expert determination, mediation and arbitration. Louise advises Contracting Authorities, tenderers and interested parties on procurement law. She has experience advising clients on procurement strategies and the relevant application of national and EU procurement rules and procedures including drafting tender documents, clarifications, responses to clarifications and standstill letters, reviewing evaluation meeting minutes, advising on challenges to a procurement process and on any issues that arise throughout the procurement process generally.

 

 

 

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Conference Information

Date:                13 JULY 2016

Time:                2.00pm – 5.00pm

Location:          Byrne Wallace

                                88 Harcourt Street

                                Dublin 2

 

Fees:                € 150.00 Member

                        € 245.00 Non Member

                        €   95.00 Trainees in a Members Firm

Registration:     1.30pm

                        2.00pm Opening Address

                                    Presentations followed by questions and answers

                                    Tea and Coffee served during the interval

                        5.00pm Conclusion

CPD:                3 Hours Group Study

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