Professional Sales Association Law Seminar

PSA Law Seminar

Friday 27 September 2013 at 09:00-17:00

Professional Sales Association Law Seminar, De Montfort University Law School, Friday 27th September 2013
The PSA is a trade association and has approximately 2000 members, mainly self-employed sales agents. About 300 members live and work in the Midlands. 
The speaker - Ryan Dunleavy
In 1996 Ryan Dunleavy graduated from Edinburgh University, where he was awarded a Masters Degree with Honours. Shortly afterwards, he passed with credit awards journalism examinations at the National Council for Training Journalists. After a five year stint as a national newspaper journalist, a legal reporter, and then as the Editor/General Manager of a well-known legal magazine, he studied at the Inns of Court, where he graduated in 2002 with the highest possible grade in his Legal Practice Course, a Distinction. After training and qualifying as a solicitor at the leading defamation law firm in the UK, Carter-Ruck, Ryan worked as a lawyer upon national newspapers and then joined Thompsons Solicitors in 2005. Shortly afterwards, he expanded his practice areas to include commercial agency law. Since 2005 Ryan has conducted 100s of commercial agency cases for PSA members, and he delivers seminars and lectures for clients. Ryan is also a qualified Solicitor Advocate, which entitles him to carry out a barrister’s role as well as a solicitor’s. He is a Senior Solicitor in Thompsons’ Civil Litigation Team.

The meeting is open to the public. 

For further information and to reserve a place at the seminar, please contact Eamon Furey 0116 273 7425  before 13 September 2013.


Date:                           Friday 27th September 2013

Time:                           12 noon – networking

Buffet                           1.00 pm 

Seminar                       2.00 pm

Questions                    3.00 pm

Finish                          4.00 pm

Place:                          De Montfort University Business & Law Faculty, Rooms 1.49 &1.50, Hugh Ashton Building, (Building 16 on map), The Newarke, Leicester LE2 7DR