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The annual ICEL/Eversheds Sutherland Public Procurement Law Conference will take the form of an online seminar series, and will take place over the course of October 2020.

The first seminar of the series will address “Emerging Trends in Procurement Litigation and Practice” and will take place on 8 October 2020 from 1pm to 3 pm. Speakers at this seminar will include:

  • Professor Catherine Donnelly BL, Law Library, Blackstone Chambers, and Trinity College Dublin
  • Stephen Brittain BL, Law Library and Irish Centre for European Law
  • Nigel Giffin QC, 11KBW Chambers

The second seminar in the series will address“Procurement Challenges in the Next 12 Months” and will take place on 15 October 2020 at 1pm to 3pm. Speakers at this seminar will include:

  • Professor Albert Sanchez-Graells, University of Bristol School of Law
  • David Browne BL, Law Library
  • Anne Barron BL, Office of the Attorney General

The seminar series will conclude with a keynote address, which will take place on 20 October 2020 from 1pm to 2pm.  The keynote address will be delivered by Professor Carl Baudenbacher, former President of the EFTA Court, and the title of the address will be “Damages in cases of the State engaging in economic activity: from the Khedive of Egypt to Modern Public Procurement.”

Please find a programme for the seminar series: 08.10.2020 Public Procurement Law Seminar Series Programme

Tickets for the entire seminar series are available to members at a cost of €50 at the following link: https://ti.to/ICEL/public-procurement-law-seminar-series-october-2020/with/mr52s8u-abu.

Tickets for the entire seminar series are available to non-members at a cost of €80 at the following link: https://ti.to/ICEL/public-procurement-law-seminar-series-october-2020/with/decwhcrjdcg.

Members and non-members may also purchase tickets for each individual seminar in the series, at a cost of €20 and €30 respectively, here:







2 CPD points are available for attending each individual seminar and 5 CPD points are available for attending the entire series