Appointments

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Trade mark law specialist Stobbs Ireland has appointed Tasneem Madani as an intangible asset (IA) executive. Ms Madani becomes the fourth member of the Dublin office, which was established last summer and supports clients in Ireland and throughout the EU.

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Arthur Cox has announced the appointment of nine new of counsel in its Dublin office, reflecting the depth of talent across the firm as well as increased demand for our services across a variety of key sectors and practice areas.

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Fieldfisher has announced the appointment of three new associates: Ciara Gilroy (insolvency and restructuring), Steven Whelan (public and regulatory) and Clodagh Morrissey (public and regulatory).

Northern Ireland

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Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has launched its new diversity and inclusion strategy at a staff party which highlighted its progress over recent years. Guest speaker Emma Lyttle from Diversity Mark was at the event to communicate the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion, recognising

Universities

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Dr John Stannard, a senior lecturer at Queen's University Belfast School of Law, has been awarded an awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours list for services to legal education. Born in East Anglia and brought up and educated in the north of England, Dr Stannard read law at the University of Oxford

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The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (NIHRC) prize for the best Master's dissertation submitted to the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) at Ulster University has been awarded to Fiona MacGregor. Ms MacGregor's dissertation, "Whose Rape is it Anyway?", explores UN responses to opportunisti

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Pearce Clancy, a PhD scholar at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in University of Galway School of Law, has been awarded the EJ Phelan Fellowship in International Law by the National University of Ireland. The Fellowship is awarded to one applicant every two years for an 18-month period in honour o

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Law students are more likely to misuse alcohol and have suicidal thoughts than their peers, according to a new study by researchers north and south of the border. A research paper produced by academics at Ulster University (UU), Atlantic Technological University (ATU) and Uppsala University explores