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Welcome to the Disputes Resolution Authority

At Congress 2005, the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) adopted an Arbitration Rule and a Disputes Resolution Code. It also established the Disputes Resolution Authority (DRA) to implement the Code. The DRA is independent of the GAA and maintains a panel of Arbitrators from which it establishes Arbitration Tribunals to deal with disputes referred to it. The Panel comprises Solicitors, Barristers, Arbitrators and persons 'who, by virture of their experience and expertise in the affairs of the Association, are properly qualified to resolve disputes relating to the Rules of the Association'.

Congress 2005 also appointed Liam Keane as Secretary of the DRA for a term of three years. This was extended by a further year in 2008. At its Congress in 2009, the GAA appointed Matt Shaw as the new Secretary of the DRA.

 
     
 

Updates

17/10/2014


15/10/2014

28/08/2014

13/06/2014

27/05/2014

18/03/2014

03/09/2013

01/08/2013

01/06/2013

01/05/2013

01/04/2013

26/03/2013

26/03/2013

 
 

24/03/2013

04/02/2013

31/01/2013

27/03/2012

13/03/2012

19/02/2012

08/03/2012

06/03/2012

19/02/2012

09/01/2012

 

DRA 7-2013. Conor Smith -v- Offaly County Board

Decision DRA 13/2014

Decision DRA 8/2014

Decision DRA 6/2014

2ND Decision DRA 2/2014

Decision DRA 2/2014

Statement DRA 16-2013

Final Decision 08/2013

Decision DRA 06/2013

Decision DRA 05/2013

DRA decision DRA 04/2013

Decision on DRA09/2012

Decision on DRA22/2011

Interim DRA22/2011


Decision on DRA01/2013

Decision on DRA10/2012

Decision on DRA15/2011

Decision on DRA20/2011

Decision on DRA05/2011

Decision on DRA10/2011

Statement on DRA02/2012

Decision on DRA10/2011

Decision on DRA15/2009

Decision on DRA21/2011

 
     

DRA - Implementing the Disputes Resolution Code of the GAA