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Conference: Regulatory, Compliance, Fact-Finding Investigations: Best Practice, Common Challenges and Future Direction



To present fundamental advances and best practice in the field of investigations, fact-finding enquiries and work-place meetings. It will also serve as a platform to foster networks among practitioners, researchers and experts working in a broad variety of investigation contexts including compliance, regulatory and workplace roles and with a common interest in improving investigative practices and exchanging/exploring ideas. Participants will hear about latest developments from subject-matter experts. This one day conference will share leading evidence-based practice and enable collegiality.

Who will attend?

This conference will appeal to policy makers and decision makers from Public and Private Sector bodies with regulatory/investigative powers as well as legal professionals, investigators and managers from the Corporate, Financial and Insurance Sectors, Auditors, HR Managers with disciplinary remit, students of criminology/psychology, etc.

Why participate?

When investigations can lead to sanctions, it is important that they are fit for purpose. We have devised cross-sectorial topics and speakers to ensure optimum expertise and practice-sharing as well as networking opportunities. Our topic selection is based on existing challenges and current gaps relating to investigations in Ireland.

Benefits of attending:

  • Gain insights from a broad range of experts and practitioners.
  • Reinforce and strengthen your approach to investigations.
  • Network and share best practice with peers.
  • Begin the development of a consistent, standardised approach to investigations in line with national and international best practice.

Organised by: Forensic Investigation & Training Solutions Ltd in association with The School of Law, University of Limerick.

Venue: A&L Goodbody Appellate Court, School of Law, University of Limerick.

One-day CPD Points.


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Conference Brochure

We’ve lined up a great range of speakers including:

  • Professor Shane Kilcommins
  • Ms Justice Mary Ellen Ring
  • Ian Drennan
  • Dr Geraldine Noone
  • Kevin Foley

Download PDF to view keynote speakers, schedule, workshops etc.