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Brexit Series - Implications for Irish Agriculture

Wednesday April 26th 10:00 to 13:00 (Registration from 9:30)

Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street, Dublin 2

3 CPD Points 

The UK is the most important market for Irish agri-food, taking 43% of exports.  Given that 80% of Irish beef and dairy produce is exported, the impacts of Brexit will certainly be very significant for this sector.  Will we soon see the introduction of tariffs on Irish food crossing in to the UK and a customs border between north and south? These and more issues vital to Irish agriculture will be examined by a panel of four expert speakers from industry, politics, academia and practice.  


Confirmed speakers and chair

  • Noel Travers SC - Chair
  • Anne Randles, Director of Ornua* - topic tbc
  • Tom Tynan, Cabinet of Commissioner Phil Hogan, DG Agriculture, European Commission - topic tbc
  • Prof. Joseph McMahon, Dean of Sutherland School of Law, UCD and leading global expert on agriculture and trade - topic tbc
  • Wendy Hederman, Partner, Mason, Hayes Curran - tbc


Rates: Standard: €100 | ICEL Members €50 | ICEL Associate Members €25


Registration is now open.  Book early to ensure that you don't miss this exciting event.  Associate membership is only available to barristers in the first five years of practice.


*Ornua is responsible for 60% of Ireland's dairy exports and employs over 3000 people globally.  It's best known brand is Kerrygold.

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