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Belfast-based Paschal O'Hare Personal Injury Solicitors has welcomed new solicitors Victoria Thompson and Claire Leemon. Ms Thompson, who studied law and politics at Ulster University, joins the firm to assist with various personal injury matters.

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Global law firm Dentons has announced the appointment of Karyn Harty as head of litigation in Ireland. Ms Harty, currently a partner at McCann FitzGerald, will join Dentons in late September — around the second anniversary of Dentons expanding into Ireland in the wake of Brexit and in the mids

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Dechert LLP has hired Emmet Quish as a funds partner in its Dublin office. Mr Quish is an experienced funds lawyer with a focus on the structuring, establishment and ongoing compliance for all types of investment funds, including alternative funds and UCITS.

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Pictured (L-R): Dario Di Murro, Mary-Louise O’Hagan and Richard O’Sullivan OSM Partners LLP has announced the appointment of Mary-Louise O’Hagan as a partner in the firm’s property team.

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Immigration law expert Fiona Hurley has been appointed as the chief executive officer of Nasc, the Migrant and Refugee Rights Centre. Ms Hurley has served as the NGO's interim CEO since March 2022, having previously managed its legal advocacy service and later its policy and communications service.

Northern Ireland

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Northern Ireland's higher education institutions have signed up to a pledge not to use non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to silence victims of sexual harassment. Queen’s University, Ulster University, Stranmillis University College, St Mary’s University College and the Open University in

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The Lady Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, Dame Siobhan Keegan, features in the latest episode of the Legal History Project podcast series. In a candid conversation, Dame Siobhan shares her pathway into a career in law as well as hopes and priorities for her tenure.

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A public consultation has been launched on the use of "live link" video and audio conference systems in Northern Ireland courts and tribunal hearings. The consultation, running until 26 September 2022, seeks views on the future use of live links as part of the digital improvement and modernisation o

Ukraine Crisis

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Ukraine's prosecutor general has been suspended amid allegations that officials in her office have collaborated with Russian authorities. Reports initially said Iryna Venediktova, who has served as prosecutor general since 2020, was dismissed from the position by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, befor

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A Moscow court has sentenced an opposition councillor and lawyer to seven years' imprisonment for criticising Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in what is the first sentence to be given for such offences. Alexei Gorinov, a deputy at Moscow’s Krasnoselsky district council, was arrested in April and

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Foreign lawyers have been invited to join the Ukraine Bar Association (UBA) to show support for the war-torn country's legal profession. Lawyers anywhere in the world can become 'international participants' for €200 per year to "join our cause and help us continue our activities".