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ICEL Eversheds Sutherland Procurement Conference 2017


Friday June 23rd 9:30 to 16:30 (Registration from 9:00)

Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street


6 CPD Points

Confirmed speakers and chairs

  • Peter Curran, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland - Chair
  • Prof Sue Arrowsmith, University of Nottingham - The impact of Brexit on public procurement
  • Jonathan Newman SC - Recent developments in procurement litigation
  • Nathy Dunleavy BL - Ways to avoid the Public Procurement Regulations by use of exemptions
  • Totis Kotsonis, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland London - To be confirmed
  • Michael Humphreys QC, Bar of Northern Ireland - Recent developments in Northern Irish Procurement litigation, including abnormally low tenders
  • Kerri Crossan, Partner, Philip Lee Solicitors, - The Procurement Regulations one year one - legal and practical issues arising


Registration is now open.  Book early to ensure that you don't miss this exciting event.

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