Elaine Kelly is a Partner in the ByrneWallace Employment Department and since qualifying, has practiced exclusively in employment law.
She has presented a number of papers on employment-related and administrative law topics as well as lecturing both to members of the legal profession and to students of law. She has lectured widely on employment issues including for the Law Society professional education and diploma programmes and at external conferences including Legal-Island. Elaine is co-author of the Law Society Employment Manual and is a member of the firm’s Knowledge Management Committee.
Sile O'DonnellHR Consultant
Sile O’Donnell is a HR and Training Consultant and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Trinity College Dublin.
She has over 25 years’ experience of designing and implementing best practice HRM, change management and training strategies, initiatives and policies in the public sector. She was Director of HR in the Eastern Regional Health Authority for five years and an Assistant National Director of HR in the HSE for five years. She provides a range of HR services (including individual and team coaching, line management and change management training, HR strategy and policy development, employee relations advice and representation) to many organisations and individuals in the public and private sector.
Dr John O’DowdIR/HR Consultant
Dr John O’Dowd is a specialist in organisational change and conflict resolution.
John was a Director of the former National Centre for Partnership, based in the Department of the Taoiseach. He was the General Secretary of CPSU between 1988 and 1997 and was also a member of the Executive Council of ICTU during that time.
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