Media, Internet & Data Protection Bar Association (MIDBA) Conference 2023
Date: Friday 23rd June 2023
Location: Distillery Building, Church St, Dublin 7 (The Bar of Ireland)
3 CPD points.
This event is open to all.
The Inaugural MIDBA Conference will take place on Friday 23rd June 2023.
This conference is open to all members of the legal profession and relevant industry professionals, which will consider the major issues pertaining to media, data protection and internet law from the previous 12 months.
Conference will be followed by drinks reception at 5.30pm (Sheds) and dinner (including wine) at 7pm (Rose Room, The Clarence Hotel).
Accessibility Requirements: At the Bar of Ireland we wish for our events to be as welcoming, accessible and inclusive for all. Please provide us if comfortable with any accessibility related considerations so that we can endeavour to ensure a barrier free experience during the event. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs.
MIDBA Membership: Membership is open to Law Library members. Associate Membership is open to any solicitor, or qualified barrister or solicitor currently employed as an in-house legal practitioner. It provides for all the privilege of full membership, other than voting rights at General Meetings and membership of the MIDBA Committee. Associate members may, however, be co-opted onto sub-committees. If you wish to become a member, click here
The Media, Internet and Data Protection Bar Association (MIDBA), supported by the Bar of Ireland, is a specialist association for barristers who practice in, or have an interest in, those areas of law. MIDBA seeks to advance knowledge in these dynamic and fast-developing areas of law. Given the seismic changes in the media landscape in recent years, and with many of the largest technology companies having their European headquarters located in Ireland, it is essential that law practitioners are kept up to date on developments in these complex and fast-moving areas of law. For more information, go to www.midba.ie