Welcome to the Arthur Cox CPD On-Demand site.

At Arthur Cox, we take great pride in sharing our practical and insightful knowledge with our clients. We also want to assist you to fulfil your Law Society of Ireland (“LSI”) CPD requirements.

A new CPD scheme came into effect on 1 January 2024 for the period until 31 December 2024. The new requirements are:

  • Number of hours: The annual CPD requirement for this year is now 25 hours.
  • Categories of CPD and minimum requirements: The 25 hours must include aminimum of 5 hours of Professional Development and Solicitor Wellbeing and a minimum of 3 hours of Client Care and Professional Standards.
  • In-person attendance: A minimum of 5 hours must be fulfilled by way of physical attendance at an organised structured session of CPD undertaken in a group of three or more persons that lasts for a period of not less than thirty minutes”. We will be in touch in the near future with details of learning opportunities to fulfil the in-person requirement.

You will find a copy of the new guidelines by clicking on this link: 2024-cpd-scheme-booklet.pdf (lawsociety.ie)

Our CPD on-demand site has been developed to provide easy online access to our various webinars and podcasts recently produced.

The content addresses key topics and issues relevant to in-house counsel in Ireland and provides you with the necessary resources to fulfil 80% of your LSI CPD requirements.

We have recently reviewed the content to provide you with the most up-to-date material. New legal content will be added throughout the year.

We have also added a short video at the start of each piece of content which explains the steps you need to take to obtain a CPD certificate of attendance.

To access the content on the site, you must register your details. If you have previously registered you can log in here.

If you are new to the site, please use the link below to register.

Registration: Please click here to register and access the recordings.

Upon completing registration, you will receive your login details via email. Once you have logged in, all on-demand content will then be accessible.


Please compete the registration form to sign up to this site.