DIT co-hosts Worldwide Conference on travel and tourism law

Posted: 3 October, 2014

An international conference on legal issues affecting travel and tourism will be held in Dublin between Thursday 9 October and Saturday 11 October, 2014.  The conference is the 25th Annual Worldwide Conference of the International Forum of Travel and Tourism Advocates (IFTTA) and the 7th IFTTA European Workshop.

The conference is co-hosted by IFTTA and the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism at Dublin Institute of Technology.  The conference will be held in the Gibson Hotel, The Point Village, Dublin 1 and also at the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism, Dublin Institute of Technology, Cathal Brugha Street, Dublin 1.


The conference programme with speakers and topics, along with the confrence registration form, is available at www.iftta.org.

Presentations and papers reflect the wide range of issues of concern to the global membership of IFTTA. This year‘s Dublin conference will cover, among other topics, the reform of the EU Directive on Package Travel, compararison of passenger rights under EU law, AirB&B, ADR and tourism and countering fraud in travel agency ticketing.

IFTTA is a global discussion forum on travel and tourism legal issues and its members include practising and academic lawyers, judges, government officials/regulators and travel and tourism industry professionals.  Attendance and participants at the conference is open to members and non-members alike on payment of the conference registration fee.

Conference organiser is Marc Mc Donald, IFTTA member and retired lecturer in law at the DIT School of Hospitality Management and Tourism.

For further information, please contact:

Marc Mc Donald

M: 087 912 0445

Email: marcglenarm@gmail.com

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