During the decades that Keith Walsh has been practising family law, the world in which he operates has undergone a period of seismic change. When he joined the Legal Aid Board in Dublin as a clerk in 1998, divorce was virtually unheard of in the country – and it tended to come with a sense of
JMK Solicitors has congratulated tyre company W.H. Nutt & Son on its recognition at the Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards.
Irish Legal News is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of a rare and important fine art print of Irish artist Stephen McClean’s specially-commissioned painting of the Royal Courts of Justice in Belfast, published by Hanna Fine Art to mark the historical appointment of Mrs Justice Keeg
Careless driving will become a fixed penalty notice offence under plans to reduce the number of minor motoring offences becoming before the Northern Ireland courts. A consultation paper published this week proposes that a fixed penalty of £100 of three penalty points should be imposed for mino
Murderers who refuse to disclose information about the locations of their victims' remains could face tougher sentences and be denied parole under plans to be put to a public consultation in Northern Ireland. Justice minister Naomi Long said the proposed legislation, dubbed "Charlotte's law", would
Cleaver Fulton Rankin has announced the appointment of Suzanne Keenan as a director in the firm's employment team, specialising in employment and HR matters. Ms Keenan has over 10 years' experience in employment law, advising on the full scope of employment law issues as well as representing clients