ABA International 2011 Fall Meeting in Dublin, Ireland, October 11th - 15th
The state of the art Convention Centre Dublin will serve as the headquarters for our programming and networking breaks, and the historic Shelbourne Hotel will serve as our headquarters hotel. The Fall Meeting Co-Chairs, members of the Planning Committee, and Section staff have invested a tremendous amount of effort to develop an outstanding program.
Fall Meeting attendees will include high-level practitioners with the largest and most respected global law firms; lawyers with the most prominent regional and national firms outside the US; US-based small-firm and solo practitioners with significant international practices; corporate and in-house counsel; lawyers serving in government or with non-governmental organizations and inter-governmental organizations; and academics. ABA International is the “ABA home” for the world’s leading international practitioners, and the 2011 Fall Meeting is a “Must-Attend” meeting for lawyers with a practice or interest in international legal issues.
Lorcan Tiernan, Dillon Eustace, is chairing "Weathering the Storm: Navigating the New World Order in Financial Services Legislation" on Wedensday12th October
Conor Houlihan, Dillon Eustace, will be speaking on Thursday October 13th 4:30pm - 6:00pm on
Distressed Deals: How to Avoid the Distress and Get the Deal Closed
John O'Riordan, Dillon Eustace, will be speaking on Friday 14th 12:00pm -12:50 pm on
International Pratice Boot Camp (IPBC): Nuts & Bolts of International Commercial Dispute Resolution
Kieran Cowhey, Dillon Eustace, 2011 Fall Meeting Co-Chair
WHAT WILL ATTENDANCE AT THE 2011 FALL MEETING OFFER YOU?
Over 70 substantive concurrent continuing legal education sessions and showcases with world-class speakers;
Cutting edge programming on key issues and interest areas;
Networking opportunities with contemporaries from around the world on the latest international legal and ethics issues;
An entire year’s worth of CLE ethics/general credits;
Special programming for young lawyers and law students; and
Focused content in our mini-track programming.
Learn the latest from top experts and receive information that is relevant to you in your international law practice area;
Network with the best and brightest international lawyers throughout the meeting and particularly at our ticketed luncheons, twice daily networking breaks and evening events;
Participate in specialized meetings with colleagues who share your areas of interest by attending committee working business meetings, division breakfasts and committee dinners; and
Visit exhibitors of dynamic products and services for the legal profession.
We look forward to seeing you in Dublin