The north-west general practice update will take place this week at Lough Eske on Thursday and Friday.
Thursday’s session will focus on management, professional development and regulation, including anti-money laundering, accounting compliance essentials, and how to handle GDPR subject access requests.
Transferring a family farm
Friday’s participants will hear updates on conveyancing, including general pre-contract searches and enquiries; planning searches and unpaid property taxes; a Property Registration Authority Update including counter-fraud and the new ‘property alert service’; will and trust drafting; tax and transferring a family farm or business; and new cyber-security risks for practitioners.
A practitioner who attends this day and a half course will complete 10 CPD hours which will include two management and professional development skills, two regulatory matters (including one accounting and anti-money-laundering compliance), and six general CPD hours.
Speakers will include:
- Geraldine Conaghan, principal, MacBride Conaghan Solicitors, Donegal, and President of the Donegal Bar Association,
- Margaret Mulrine, principal M M Mulrine and Company, Letterkenny, Co Donegal and President of the Inishowen Bar Association,
- John Elliot, director of regulation, Law Society of Ireland, (pictured),
- Ann Henry, partner, Pinsent Masons, Dublin,
- Margaret Finlay, principal, Finlay and Company Solicitors, Dublin,
- Michelle McLoughlin, principal M McLoughlin & Co Solicitors, Sligo,
- Fergal Mawe, solicitor, Regulation Department, Law Society of Ireland,
- John O’Shea, Property Registration Authority of Ireland (PRAI),
- Fiona Stanley, investigating accountant, Law Society of Ireland,
- Anne Stephenson, principal at Stephenson Solicitors, Dublin.
The costs is €190 and there are further details here.