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Employment Law Breakfast - CIPD Ireland South East Region Event

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Wednesday, 16 November 2016 from 07:30 to 09:30 (GMT)

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Member 15 Nov 2016 Free  
CIPD Student 15 Nov 2016 Free  
Non CIPD Member 15 Nov 2016 Free  

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The CIPD South East Region will launch an exciting programme of events for 2016 / 2017 with Vhi Healthcare as the overall sponsor and supporter of the CIPD Ireland regional events.


The year gets off to a great start with our Employment Law Breakfast presented by Adrian Twomey. Adrian is Director of Employment Law Services at Advokat and Director of the Employment Law Group at Gallenalliance Solicitors, having previously held the equivalents position at A & L Goodbody Solicitors and Doyles Solicitors. He is ranked as one of the world’s leading lawyers for business by the International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers.

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This year has been another busy year for developments in employment law and keeping up to date is always made easier by attending this event. Adrian Twomey is an experienced presenter who will not only explain the new developments in employment law but will review key case law that emerged over the past year. This event will focus on new legislation including the Paternity Leave and Benefits Act 2016 and ongoing issues for HR relating to social media and internet use in the workplace and working hours including zero hour contracts. Adrian will as always accept questions from the audience on employment law issues affecting the HR community.

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The event begins at 7.30 with a full Irish Breakfast.

This event is kindly sponsored by

Hartley People

the leading recruitment and training specialists in the South East.


About Adrian Twomey:

Adrian Twomey

Adrian has specialised in employment law since qualifying as a barrister in 1993 and acts for a diverse group of employer clients, including many of the world’s leading blue-chip companies. He has served as a consultant to the International Labour Organisation and has advised a number of national governments on employment law and industrial relations issues. He is a regular and popular speaker at events organised by Advokat, CIPD, ISME and others. 

Adrian co-authored Sexual Harassment in the Workplace which was the first Irish book on that subject. He edited Croner’s guide to Irish employment law for 5 years and he has had numerous articles published in the Irish Law Times, the Bar Review, People Focus and a range of other professional journals. His publications on employment law and legal theory are required reading for law students at a number of Irish and American universities. 

Adrian can be contacted on 053 923 8000 and at 


If you are unable to attend this event but would like to be contacted in relation to future events please email your details to

Any ideas or contributions in relation to the South East Region programme of events can be emailed to

Please Note:

Professional photography and video production may be taking place at the event and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.

Do you have questions about Employment Law Breakfast - CIPD Ireland South East Region Event? Contact CIPD Ireland

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Woodlands Hotel
Dunmore Road

Wednesday, 16 November 2016 from 07:30 to 09:30 (GMT)

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