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Social Programme


SUNDAY 5th NOVEMBER 2017

18:00hrs – 19:00hrs                                PRE-CONFERENCE WELCOME DRINKS RECEPTION

                                                              Hogan Suite Foyer, 5th Floor, Croke Park Stadium

This drinks reception is free to attend and is a great opportunity to network.

 

SUNDAY 5th NOVEMBER 2017

19:30hrs                                                 PRE-CONFERENCE WELCOME DINNER

                                                              The Woollen Mills

                                                              £30.00 (inc. VAT)

The pre-conference welcome dinner will be held at The Woollen Mills. The Woollen Mills has been one of the most iconic buildings and businesses in Dublin for over one hundred years. The charming private rooms are set in one of the most iconic buildings in Dublin, sitting literally on top of the Ha’penny Bridge. With double-aspect Georgian windows overlooking the River Liffey and an incredible roof terrace, The Woollen Mills offer food with a view onto the ultimate Dublin cityscape. All delegates and exhibitors are more than welcome to attend with tickets priced at £30.00 (Inc. VAT).

Dress Code: Smart Casual

*The price includes a welcome drink, three course dinner, and wine. Please note this is not included in the registration fee.

 

MONDAY 6th NOVEMBER 2017

19:30hrs – 23:00hrs                                CONFERENCE RECEPTION & GALA DINNER

                                                              Law Society of Ireland

                                                              £55.00 (inc. VAT)

The conference dinner will be held at the Law Society of Ireland. In 1671, a charitable school for boys of poor families was established, called the Hospital and Free School of King Charles II, Dublin. It became known as the King’s Hospital or Blue Coat School because of the boys’ military-style blue uniform. The original school, built on a different site, was deemed to be in danger of collapsing by the early 1770s. Thomas Ivory, Master of the School of Architectural Drawing in the Dublin Society prepared a set of thirteen drawings in 1776 for a new design. The building was never finished to Ivory’s design. The building was acquired by the Law Society in 1971 and, having completed substantial renovations, it was opened as the headquarters of the solicitors’ profession in 1978.


The Chapel, now known as the Presidents’ Hall, has considerable distinction with its fine plasterwork of the Georgian period and was enhanced in the 20th century by the erection of a stained glass east window by the Irish artist, Evie Hone. The night will consist of a pre-dinner drinks reception followed by a three course meal served in the Presidents Hall of the Law Society of Ireland. The venue is just a short 15 minute drive from Croke Park Hotel, coaches will be organised for all delegates who will be collected from Croke Park Hotel at 19:45. All delegates and exhibitors are more than welcome to attend with tickets priced at £55 (Inc. VAT).

Dress Code: Lounge Suits

*The price includes a welcome drink, three course dinner, wine and entertainment.  Please note this is not included in the registration fee.

 

REFUNDS FOR CANCELLED SOCIAL EVENTS

Cancelled social event tickets will be refunded after the meeting provided that written notice of cancellation is received before 11th October 2017.  No refunds will be made for cancellations received after this date, although named substitutions will be accepted at any time.