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Candidates for Company Law Review Group sought
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29 Apr 2022 / business Print

Candidates sought for Company Law Review Group

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment is seeking expressions of interest from people to serve a four-year term on the Company Law Review Group (CLRG).

The group is a statutory expert body that advises the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment on the review and development of company law in Ireland.

The department says that it is looking for suitably qualified persons with “significant career experience at an appropriately senior level” in the field of company law.

Applicants would be considered for appointment to the group as a ministerial nominee.

‘Up-to-date’ expertise

The successful candidate must have expertise in Irish company law that is up to date, and developed either through legal practice, industry experience, public policy, or academic pursuits.

Experience of how company law affects micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises is welcomed, according to the department.

Expressions of interest must be submitted by email to clrg@enterprise.gov.ie by 3pm on Thursday, 19 May.

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