Employment Equality Update 2024

Employment Equality Update 2024

Come to Ireland’s only employment equality dedicated event to provide a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of employment equality law developments. We focus on the key areas of employment equality developments that will directly impact your organisation. 

If you value employment equality law, or provide advice on equality issues, this is an essential CPD learning opportunity. 

After attending this event you will: 

  • Gain knowledge of the latest developments in employment equality laws affecting Irish workplaces in 2023. Renowned employment equality experts will provide comprehensive explanations, ensuring you are up to date with the current legal landscape. 
  • Obtain specialist guidance from our experts who will take live questions throughout the event. Engage in discussions and hear answers to questions from other delegates with a serious interest in employment equality laws including Adjudication Officers, lawyers, other representatives, and senior HR practitioners. 
  • Advise confidently on key equality developments with access to detailed reference notes from the event prepared by our legal experts. 
  • Access session recordings for continued learning after the event. 

More value from this event:

This event comes with a full, comprehensive set of up to the minute notes for future reference, including analysis of relevant case law published in the month prior to this event. Delegates will also be able to access recordings of all sessions after the event.

Who should attend this event?

This event is designed with experienced employment law practitioners, in-house lawyers and HR professionals in mind. NOTE: Speakers on this course are asked to assume that delegates have a reasonably sound knowledge of employment equality law. This event is not suitable for beginners in this field. 

Why should you attend this event?

As an employment law practitioner, representative at hearings, or seasoned HR professional we know you understand the importance of staying up to date with the latest developments in this area if you are to defend or pursue cases successfully, and ensure your organisation is up to date with best practice. You need know what has changed to give the latest, practical and correct advice. 

Our event brings together top equality law experts who will concentrate on important case law and useful arguments, the ratio and how these decisions impact on existing law. They will also provide detailed notes and advice to all delegates. 


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"Wide variety of topics covered, and excellent notes provided."
Shane Gallen, Associate, Lewis Silkin

"Well delivered with up to the minute advice and case law."
Norah Mason, Assistant National Director of Human Resources, Health Service Executive

" The quality of the speakers is very impressive and it's great that I can rewatch the sessions - that's a real bonus."
Stacey Golden, HR Business Partner, Office of Government Procurement

"Very well organised, very relevant."
Celine Maguire, Group Head of HR, Queally Group

"Really good, very informative, great speakers"
Jane McCarthy, HR Manager, Broadcasting Authority of Ireland

"This event was very well organised, easily accessible and pleasant to engage with."
Aisling Carey, Legal Researcher, Workplace Relations Commission


  • Maeve Regan
    Maeve Regan Consultant Solicitor

    Maeve Regan is a Consultant Solicitor in Human Rights and Employment Law.  Maeve is the Consultant Editor and co-author of Employment Law (second edition, Bloomsbury Professional, 2017) and General Editor and co-author of the first edition of Employment Law (first edition, Bloomsbury Professional, 2009).  Maeve trained with Arthur Cox and subsequently worked with Community Law and Mediation, FLAC and Mercy Law Resource Centre, where she held the position of Managing Solicitor. Since 2009, Maeve has been a lecturer on the Law Society Diploma in Employment Law.

  • Marguerite Bolger
    Marguerite Bolger High Court Judge

    Marguerite Bolger is a judge of the Irish High Court and currently sits in the non-jury and judicial review list.  She was previously a Senior Counsel and practised extensively in employment law and equality law before the Irish and European courts.  She is the author of a number of legal articles and textbooks including the 2nd edition of ‘Employment Equality Law’ due to be published by Roundhall Thomson Reuters shortly.

Event details


9am - 1pm, 22nd & 23rd Oct


22 October 2024




Standard rate: €495

Early Bird rate: €445 (Ends 10th September, 5pm)

Standard charity/small business rate: €395

Standard charity/small business Early Bird rate: €445 (Ends 10th September, 5pm)

Save an additional €20 when you pay with a credit/debit card online at time of booking.