“The Construction Bar Association of Ireland (CBA), is an association of Irish lawyers, both solicitors and counsel, with an interest in constructional law and practice. The CBA was established in 2013 to promote knowledge of construction law and construction dispute resolution, to facilitate the sharing of expertise and to act as a technical and relationship hub for Members in an area where the resolution of disputes is often found outside of the forum of the Courts. The benefits of Membership include access to the CBA Technical Talks Programme and the Christmas and Summer Lectures (CPD), to the Annual Construction Law Conference and online access to the unique CBA Codex (containing in excess of 90 Member papers on Irish construction law and construction dispute resolution in this jurisdiction).
The CBA is an association run by Members for the benefit of its Members. If you are a solicitor or barrister with an interest in construction law we would very much welcome your application to join your colleagues in this fascinating field of practice.”
Jonathan S. FitzGerald B.L.
The committee of the CBA invites entries for its inaugural essay competition. The competition is open to all disciplines, and a range of prizes will be awarded, including a first prize of €1,000. Deadline for entries is Friday 3rd June at 5pm.
As with all forms of dispute resolution, success in construction disputes is built on diligent case preparation, knowledge, experience and competent advocacy.Learn more
Membership of the Association is reserved to members of the Law Library and solicitors in good standing on the Roll of Solicitors.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 Jonathan S. FitzGerald BL, administer the activities of the CBA.Learn more