Irish Legal News readers invited to own collectable exclusive to just one per cent of lawyers

Following the successful launch of the of the fine art print of Irish artist Stephen McClean's original oil on canvas “Entering the Four Courts” and the sell-out of every release since, Irish Legal News has arranged a special release of prints from the edition exclusively for readers of ILN.

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Bar urges election candidates to 'safeguard justice' as budget cuts bite

The Bar of Ireland has written to all election candidates, political parties and members of the Oireachtas to call on them to "safeguard justice" in the looming general election.

Published 24 January 2020

Row between medical negligence solicitors returns to court

A dispute arising out of the departure of well-known solicitors from a prominent law firm in 2018 has returned before the High Court.

Published 24 January 2020

RHI inquiry costs Stormont departments £5.5m in legal fees

Four Northern Ireland departments incurred a combined legal bill of £5.5 million in relation to the inquiry into the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scandal.

Published 24 January 2020

#InPictures: Mills Selig hosts its first Burns Night

Mills Selig welcomed clients and friends to its Belfast offices yesterday to celebrate Burns Night with a traditional evening of fine dining, poetry and a toast to the haggis.

Published 24 January 2020

Supreme Court school competition closes soon

Have you recently been on a tour of the UK Supreme Court with your school? Did your visit spark an interest in the law? Are you considering studying law at university? Or perhaps you have a general interest in how the justice system works here in the UK.

Published 24 January 2020

Equality lawyer Shelley Maybin featured in The Times

Belfast solicitor Shelley Maybin, who works for the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland, has been featured as The Times' Lawyer of the Week.

Published 24 January 2020

Irish Legal Heritage: The Murder of Tomás MacCurtain

The first Republican Lord Mayor of Cork, Tomás Mac Curtáin, was born on 20 March 1884 in the townland of Ballyknockane, about fifteen miles north of Cork City.

Published 24 January 2020

Rights watch

A round-up of human rights stories from around the world.

Published 24 January 2020

And finally... fright at the opera

A lawyer has been forced to pay over £2,000 after a bust-up in the front row of an opera house.

Published 24 January 2020

McCann FitzGerald: Businesses struggling to fully comply with GDPR

Irish businesses are struggling to fully comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to a new survey jointly published by McCann FitzGerald and Mazars.

Published 23 January 2020

‘Hiring from within’ is the key to successful Legal IT

The legal industry is utilising more technology than ever before. Law firms understand that in order to be considered as a leader in their respective fields, incorporating both legal IT and the knowledge to power it is now essential.

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