Getting to The Law Society of Ireland
The Law Society is located centrally in Dublin. The best option is public transport by Bus, Luas or Dublin Bikes.
Plan your journey - Getting to Blackhall Place:
- LUAS stops (Central Zone on the Red Line) near Blackhall Place are Smithfield and the National Museum of Ireland.
- Bus routes serving Blackhall Place are 37, 39 or 70. From the city centre, go to Burgh Quay. You can also take the number 90 bus which runs between Tara Street DART station and Heuston Station, each way.
- Rail: Both Heuston station/Connolly Station are on the same Luas line that goes by the Law Society.
- Dublin Bike: There is a Dublin Bike stop directly opposite the Law Society building on Blackhall Place.
Please note for Car Parking:
There will be limited parking on the grounds of the Law Society for the iPad Summit 2017 conference, reference iPad Summit to security on your way in. iPad Summit delegates can avail of a special parking rate of €7 for the day at the Park Rite Car Park (Smithfield) on Queen Street. The car park on Queen Street is open from 07:00. Present your ticket at the booth in the car park and quote the Law Society to avail of the special rate of €7 for the day (important to quote the Law Society and not the iPad Summit in the Park Rite Car Park).