Dublin, Ireland
June 10-17, 2023

About the Hotel

Located in the heart of Georgian Dublin, The Davenport is one of Dublin’s most iconic hotels, and has recently undergone a stunning refurbishment that blends seamlessly its heritage and history with the modern needs of today’s hotel guest.

Located steps from Dublin’s Merrion Square and within a 3-minute walk of Pearse Street train station, The Davenport Hotel is the perfect city-centre location for this event.

The Davenport seamlessly blends history with the needs of today’s hotel guest, offering every modern amenity needed during your stay.

It exudes a historic charm that romanticises guests, drawing them in to experience her character and her story, which dates back to the early 17th Century.

Davenport Hotel Dublin

Featured Speakers

Larry Bridgesmith

JD; LegalAlignment, LLC, TN

Dermot Cahill

Professor, UK & Ireland

Stephen Dowling

Sr. Counsel, Ireland

Nedra Wick

Nedra Wick

ESQ. TN, GA, KS

Linda Vega

Linda Vega

ESQ. TX, NM, CO

CLE and Tour Schedule

13 General, 1 Professionalism, and 3.5 Ethics Credit

Saturday, June 10

Arrive in Dublin. Check-in at hotel and take time to get acclimated to the time zone. Afternoon and evening on your own.

Sunday, June 11

Epic The Emigration Museum

Dinner at Guinness Storehouse

Monday, June 12

An Introduction to Dublin Tour

Dinner at Johnnie Fox’s Hooley Show

Tuesday, June 13

The Digital Transformation of Law

International Humanitarian Law (IHL) – Rules In War

Access to Justice in a Virtual World

Dual Citizenship: The Advantage of Having Two
Countries with Different Tax Systems

Wednesday, June 14

Tour to Kilmainham Gaol

Extra free time on your own.

Thursday, June 15

Irish Criminal Courts Procedure

Observe a criminal trial in session and learn the process
differences between Irish and US courts

How Irish Solicitors are trained in Ireland

The European Union Powerful Legal Architecture and Its
Law-Making Institutions

The Greatest Show on Earth: The European Union’s Four
Freedoms of Goods, Services, Corporations and Money.
Why US corporations use Ireland as their European HQ

Friday, June 16

Representing the Petitioner and Beneficiary in Business Immigration: The Business and the Employee

Decentralized Autonomous Organizations for Justice

When Every Day Becomes the Lost Weekend: The Ethical Challenges Presented by Attorney Alcohol Abuse

Saturday, June 17

Transport to the airport or extend your trip.

Registration Fees

Fees increase on September 1, 2022 & January 1, 2023  Place your deposit now and save up to $1,000.

Registration includes:
• Hotel stay for 7 nights (June 10-17, 2023) at The Davenport Hotel.
• Round-trip transportation from/to the airport (renting a car is not advised)
• 17.5 hours of Continuing Legal Education seminars for paid attorney
• Entry to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum with group tour guide
• Dinner at The Guinness Storehouse
• An Introduction to Dublin Tour
• Dinner at Johnnie Fox’s Hooley Show with transportation
• Tour to Kilmainham Gaol with transportation
• Breakfast and break food on Tuesday and Friday
• Lunch on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
• Transportation where necessary

What is not included:
• Airfare (Yet we can quote and book this for you)
• Travel insurance. You must have insurance coverage or sign a waiver.
• Costs associated with required COVID pre-testing, if required.
• Additional days and tours in Ireland, yet we can book these for you.
• Incidental charges to your sleeping room
• Meals not listed in the brochure

MCLE Accreditation. Inquire about your state.
13 General, 1 Professionalism, and 3.5 Ethics Credit

Alaska

Qualifies for 13 General and 4.5 Ethics Credits

Arkansas

In progress

Arizona

The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement.  This activity may qualify for up to 17..5 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 4.5 hour(s) of professional responsibility.

California

California is a self-reporting jurisdiction and we do not report your completed course to the State Bar of California. Please retain your certificate as a record of your attendance for at least one year from the time your CLE compliance is reported.

Colorado

In progress

Connecticut

Connecticut does not administer a formal approval process for MCLE courses. If an organization’s MCLE course has been authorized in another jurisdiction, then the course is automatically approved in Connecticut.

Georgia

In Progress

Hawaii

Qualifies for 13 General and 4.5 Ethics CLE credits via reciprocity through the Wyoming State Bar. Hawaii is a self-reporting state. Keep your certificate of completion.

Idaho

In progress

Louisiana

Approved for 17.5 hours, including 3.5 #thics and 1 Professionalism CLE Hours

New Hampshire

Members must evaluate any course attended and use their best judgement to determine if the course meets the purpose and qualification provisions of Rule 53. If qualified, the member may enter the course may into his/her ART account on the New Entry page.

New Mexico

In progress

North Carolina

In Progress

Rhode Island

In Progress

South Carolina

Approved for 17.5 CLE hours, including 3.5 LEPR and 1 SA/MH hour

Tennessee

Approved for 13 General Hours and 4.5 Dual Hours

Vermont

In Progress

Wisconsin

In progress

Wyoming

Accredited for 13 General & 4.5 Ethics credits