Forthcoming HR and Employment Law Webinars
Legal-Island has a number of free employment law webinars planned throughout 2019. Our monthly 'Employment Law at 11' webinars with Seamus McGranaghan from O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors will be supplemented by various other webinars throughout the year.
Registration is free, and the list of upcoming webinars (along with links to the registration page) is below.
Please note that all webinar recordings (with accompanying transcriptions) are available in our Webinar Recordings section.
Employment Law at 11
Friday 6th March 2020 (11:00am - 11:45am)
Following a successful trial run in autumn 2017, O’Reilly Stewart solicitors and Legal Island will be running monthly live webinars on the first Friday of each month at 11.00. We’ve held webinars every month since and have answered many dozens of employment-related questions from listeners. Subscribers can access the full webinar recording and transcription, plus Seamus' answers to individual questions on the Northern Ireland Employment Law Hub.
Remember – send questions in live during the webinars or drop a line in advance to email@example.com. Anonymity assured.
Check out previous discussions:
"It's always good being able to talk around a specific subject/case and listening to Scott and Mark discuss each and the various outcomes was helpful."
Robert Magee, WYG
"Good overview of topical issues; 45 minutes is just right time wise."
Sandra Mahood, Praxis Care
"It was real life scenarios and both hosts seemed very knowledgeable and relaxed."
Lorraine McCullough Teleperformance UK
"Quality, practical advice"
Cathy Casey, Invest NI
Seamus McGranaghan Partner
O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors
Seamus McGranaghan qualified as a Solicitor in O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors in 2003 and practices mainly in the areas of education and employment law. Seamus has assisted and advised many Boards of Governors, Senior Management Teams and Teachers in relation to all aspects of education and employment law. Seamus also provides advocacy services for Boards of Governors on both Expulsion Appeals and Independent Admissions Appeal tribunals.