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About Us

The CBA is an association of Irish lawyers (both solicitors and barristers) established in 2013. The mission of the association is to promote knowledge of construction law and construction dispute resolution, to facilitate the sharing of expertise and to act as a hub for Members in an area where the resolution of disputes is often found outside of the forum of the Courts.

Since its inception in 2013, the CBA has grown to include over 130 members of the law library accompanied by solicitors from many of Ireland's leading firms in the practice area of construction law.

Some of the educational opportunities the CBA offers its members are a year-round technical talks programme, a Christmas and Summer lecture series and the Annual Construction Law Conference. The association also grants its members online access to the unique CBA Codex which contains more than ninety member authored papers on Irish Construction Law and Dispute Resolution in this jurisdiction.

If you are a solicitor or barrister with an interest in Construction Law and are interested in becoming a member of the CBA we encourage you to reach out to our Secretary at cba@lawlibrary.ie.

Practice Areas

The CBA is a specialist association of Irish lawyers, both solicitors and barristers, whose daily activity involves the effective and efficient resolution of construction disputes. Click the links below for more information.

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Adjudication

Read more about the Construction Contracts Act, 2013 (“the Act”), signed into law by the President on the 25th December 2013.

Law Books

Arbitration

Read more about the Irish judiciary and it's long tradition of support of consensual arbitration.   

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Mediation & Conciliation

Read more about The Bar Council and the Law Society's long recognised the benefits of mediation and conciliation.

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Court Proceedings

Read more about court Proceedings relating to Arbitration

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