Hearing venues

Dublin has a number of venues particularly suited to international arbitrations and its own dedicated international arbitration centre. These venues have adequate space for the parties, including hearing rooms, break out rooms and on-site technology services should they be necessary during the course of your hearing.

Dublin International Arbitration Centre
145 – 151 Church Street,
Dublin 7

The DIAC/DDRC is a purpose built centre which caters for arbitrations, mediations, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. They provide a discreet, high quality, customised solution for clients. The centre has been purpose built around the needs of modern dispute resolution professionals.

Ormond Building
Ormond Quay Upper,
Dublin 7

Professional support services

Stenographers and court reporters

Gwen Malone Stenography
The Law Library,
145 – 151 Church Street,
Dublin 7

Interpreters and translators

Translation.ie
46 Mount Street Upper,
Grand Canal Dock,
Dublin 2

Irish Translators’ and Interpreters’ Association
c/o Irish Writer’s Centre,
Parnell Square,
Dublin 1

Travel and transport

Getting here

Dublin Airport is one of Europe’s best-connected airports, with more than 44 airlines flying to over 180 destinations. It offers services to 29 airports in the UK and to an ever-expanding European network covering over 100 airports.
The airport is located 12km north of the city centre and there is an excellent network of services to and from the city centre, including the Aircoach and Airlink. There is no train connection from the airport. Taxis are plentiful and available at the airport. The city also has a dedicated tourist information website, Visit Dublin, which provides useful information.

Getting around

Dublin city centre is remarkably compact and very easy to navigate. The coastal train, the DART, runs along the city’s coastline and there is also an extensive public bus network throughout the city centre. The LUAS tram system also connects the city centre to more suburban areas, while the Dublin Bikes scheme is hugely popular for travelling short distances within the city centre and taking in the sights.

Hotels

Close to the Four Courts and legal district

The Morrison
Lower Ormond Quay,
Dublin 1

The Clarence
6-8 Wellington Quay,
Dublin 2

The Aisling Hotel
Parkgate Street,
Dublin 8

At the heart of the city centre

The Merrion Hotel
Upper Merrion Street,
Dublin 2

The Shelbourne Hotel
27 St. Stephen’s Green,
Dublin 2

The Fitzwilliam Dublin Hotel,
St. Stephen’s Green,
Dublin 2

Hearing venues

Dublin has a number of venues particularly suited to international arbitrations and its own dedicated international arbitration centre. These venues have adequate space for the parties, including hearing rooms, break out rooms and on-site technology services should they be necessary during the course of your hearing.

Dublin International Arbitration Centre
145 – 151 Church Street,
Dublin 7

Ormond Building
Ormond Quay Upper,
Dublin 7

Professional support services

Stenographers and court reporters

Gwen Malone Stenography
The Law Library,
145 – 151 Church Street,
Dublin 7

Interpreters and translators

Translation.ie
46 Mount Street Upper,
Grand Canal Dock,
Dublin 2

Irish Translators’ and Interpreters’ Association
c/o Irish Writer’s Centre,
Parnell Square,
Dublin 1

Travel and transport

Getting here

Dublin Airport is one of Europe’s best-connected airports, with more than 44 airlines flying to over 180 destinations. It offers services to 29 airports in the UK and to an ever-expanding European network covering over 100 airports.
The airport is located 12km north of the city centre and there is an excellent network of services to and from the city centre, including the Aircoach and Airlink. There is no train connection from the airport. Taxis are plentiful and available at the airport. The city also has a dedicated tourist information website, Visit Dublin, which provides useful information.

Getting around

Dublin city centre is remarkably compact and very easy to navigate. The coastal train, the DART, runs along the city’s coastline and there is also an extensive public bus network throughout the city centre. The LUAS tram system also connects the city centre to more suburban areas, while the Dublin Bikes scheme is hugely popular for travelling short distances within the city centre and taking in the sights.

Hotels

Close to the Four Courts and legal district

The Morrison
Lower Ormond Quay,
Dublin 1

The Clarence
6-8 Wellington Quay,
Dublin 2

The Aisling Hotel
Parkgate Street,
Dublin 8

At the heart of the city centre

The Merrion Hotel
Upper Merrion Street,
Dublin 2

The Shelbourne Hotel
27 St. Stephen’s Green,
Dublin 2

The Fitzwilliam Dublin Hotel,
St. Stephen’s Green,
Dublin 2