Chief Justice Frank Clarke will help launch LGBT+ support network OUTLaw at its inaugural event at Dublin’s National Gallery later this month.
OUTLaw is an LGBT+ network formed with the aim of promoting and fostering the inclusion of LGBT+ professionals and allies across the legal sector in Ireland.
It plans to do this by generating discussion and debate through various social and educational events.
The launch, at Dublin’s National Gallery of Ireland on Merrion Square, is on 23 January at 6.30pm.
Attendees will hear about the goals and objectives of OUTLaw, as well as being offered networking opportunities.
Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly will give a short address in addition to the keynote from Chief Justice Frank Clarke.
Patrick Dorgan, President of the Law Society of Ireland, will also attend.
Visotirs are asked to enter through the Millennium Wing entrance on Clare Street in Dublin 2.
Drinks and canapés will be served at 6.30pm with speeches at 7pm.
There is no charge to attend. However, as spaces are limited, pre-registration is essential. You are asked to RSVP and register via Eventbrite, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those interested can subscribe to OUTLaw’s mailing list or follow the organisation on Twitter.