Kearney Law Group Revolutionising the Future of Legal Services in Northern Ireland

Joseph Cyril Bamford, founder of JCB, was once asked what it took for him to succeed. His response was, “The same thing it took to get started, a sense of URGENCY about getting things done.”

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Murder of Dutch lawyer condemned as 'unacceptable attack on the legal profession'

The murder of Dutch lawyer Derk Wiersum has been condemned as "an unacceptable attack on the legal profession" by the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE).

Published 19 September 2019

Civil liberties group reiterates call for Government to scrap PSC roll-out

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has reiterated its call for the Government to comply with the legal directions of the Data Protection Commission (DPC) on the Public Services Card (PSC) scheme.

Published 19 September 2019

Sex purchase ban has had 'minimal to no effect' on demand, supply or human trafficking

Northern Ireland's ban on the purchase of sex has had "minimal to no effect" on demand for paid sex, the number of sex workers or levels of human trafficking for human exploitation, according to research commissioned by the Department of Justice.

Published 19 September 2019

Kate McKenna: EU seeks interim order in competition investigation for first time in nearly 20 years

Kate McKenna, partner in the EU, competition and regulatory law group at Matheson, highlights a recent EU case involving interim measures for competition law concerns and shares the Irish perspective.

Published 19 September 2019

O'Flynn Exhams bids farewell and good luck to summer interns

O'Flynn Exhams Solicitors has bid farewell to Fionn O’Carroll, Lauren Dermody, Anna Leahy and Darragh Muldoon on their completion of the firm's four-week summer internship programme.

Published 19 September 2019

Birth injuries seminar to raise funds for children's charity

A one-day seminar on the legal and medical impact of birth injuries hosted by Augustus Cullen Law will raise funds for the Jack and Jill Children's Foundation.

Published 19 September 2019

England: CPS taken to task over declining rape prosecutions

The Crown Prosecution Service is "in denial" about declining rape prosecutions and convictions, the victims' watchdog has told The Times.

Published 19 September 2019

‘Openly gay’ asylum seeker’s fresh claim to remain in UK due to ‘risk of persecution’ in Zimbabwe dismissed

A Zimbabwean asylum seeker whose human rights claim to remain in the UK was refused by the Home Secretary has had an application for judicial review of a decision that he had not made a fresh claim to remain in the country dismissed.

Published 19 September 2019

And finally... floating off

A drunk man commandeered a milk float after losing all his money at the gambling tables, a court was told.

Published 19 September 2019

Broadcasting watchdog calls for 'consistent regulatory approach' to online political ads

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has called for a "clear and consistent regulatory approach" to digital political advertising and campaigning.

Published 18 September 2019

Managing Internal and External Procedures to Drive Legal Practice Success

By Deborah Edwards, Professional Services Director Insight Legal

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