CPD Points

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Our Dublin event is designed to fulfill your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements. A total of 20 CPD points will be made available.

Each jurisdiction and profession has its own requirements as respect to CPD and we recommend that you liaise with your professional body to satisfy your own particular needs. We are confident that the subject matter being offered will be of interest to you in your professional practice.

 

Event Access

  • A single ticket purchase grants you access to your chosen day of the in-person conference content. 

    You also have the freedom to choose your preferred day for in-person attendance (subject to availability), making it easier to fit the event into your schedule.

CPD Requirements 2023

The Law Society has confirmed the CPD requirements for 2023 as follows.

  • In 2023, operations will be guided by the 2017 Solicitors (Continuing Professional Development) Regulations, which require a minimum of 20 hours of CPD. This includes at least 3 hours focused on management and professional development skills and a minimum of 2 hours on regulatory issues. For those serving as a sole practitioner, compliance partner, and/or anti-money laundering compliance partner, the regulatory requirement is extended to 3 hours, including 2 hours on accounting and anti-money laundering compliance.

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  • Anyone who can demonstrate to the CPD Scheme Unit that by the date of the update (25 April 2023) on which the CPD Regime for 2023 was announced, they had completed 25 hours on the basis of the expected regime for 2023, shall be permitted to carry forward five hours toward their 2024 CPD requirement.

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  • All dispensations (including newly admitted, senior practitioners, maternity leave and carers leave) are to continue as in preceding years.
  • Solicitor who is NOT a sole practitioner or a compliance partner and/or an anti-money laundering compliance partner: the CPD requirement for the 2023 cycle is 20 hours, to include a minimum of 3 hours management and professional development skills and a minimum of 2 hours regulatory matters.

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  • Solicitor who IS a sole practitioner or a compliance partner and/or an anti-money laundering compliance partner: the CPD requirement for the 2023 cycle is 20 hours, to include a minimum of 3 hours management and professional development skills and a minimum of 3 hours regulatory matters, of which at least 2 hours shall be accounting and anti-money laundering compliance.

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  • There is a maximum limit of 7 hours CPD which may be completed within a single day. Solicitors should also note a maximum of 75% of a solicitor’s minimum CPD requirement (modified or otherwise) may be claimed for time spent in relevant eLearning and a maximum of 50% of a solicitor’s minimum CPD requirement (modified or otherwise) may be claimed for time spent writing relevant material that is published in any one CPD cycle.