The Construction Bar Association of Ireland (CBA), founded on the 23rd of April 2013, is a specialist association of Irish lawyers who practise in or have an interest in construction law and the resolution of disputes in the sector. The CBA seeks to advance the state of knowledge of Irish construction law through its regular Technical Talks Programme, the CBA Construction Law Periodical, the Annual CBA Construction Law Conference and ad hoc briefings to Members on hot topics as they arise during the legal year.
The CBA acts as a vibrant hub for Irish lawyers who advise upon or act in construction law related matters to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience. Membership of the Association is open to both Barristers and Solicitors; the relevant Application Forms can be downloaded from the Members Section.Read More
The resolution of construction and building disputes in Ireland is defined by practical and innovative practice facilitated by Model Law legislation and supportive judicial policy. As with all forms of dispute resolution, success is built on diligent case preparation, knowledge, experience and advocacy.Learn more
Membership of the CBA is reserved to practicing members of the Law Library and solicitors in good standing on the Roll of Solicitors. Membership includes attendance at the regular CBA technical meetings, reduced fees for Open Conferences and full unrestricted access to the growing codex of CBA technical papers which address key aspects of construction law in Ireland prepared by leading barristers and solicitors who practice in this area.Learn more
Please see here for useful links and the subject list of the CBA codex (full access reserved to Members).Learn more
The Committee of the CBA, led by Mark Sanfey SC, administer the activities of the CBA.Learn more