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Members and supporters of the Employment Law Association of Ireland (ELAI) recently enjoyed the Association’s annual dinner at the Westbury Hotel, sponsored by Keane McDonald Recruitment.

ELAI chair Colleen Cleary told Irish Legal News: “Noeline Blackwell of the Dublin Rape Crisis was our guest speaker and we had the pleasure of honouring Ingrid Miley and Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan for their contribution to employment law with lifetime membership of ELAI.

“We also announced our second Dr. Mary Redmond bursary of €1,500 for a student essay entitled Working in the gig economy. Does Irish employment law provide sufficient protection?.

“There was a fun element too with a raffle and table quiz with great prizes and all proceeds going to Dublin Rape Crisis. We also had the surprise of a comedian on the night, Colm O’Regan.

“On behalf of all of the committee I would like to wish all our members best wishes for the season.”