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
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As a child growing up in 1980s west Belfast, Pádraig Ó Muirigh did not have a lot of trust in authority. Living in the Falls Road area, he says the views he formed of the police and the army were negative ones, which were reinforced when his father spent seven years behind bars.
Given his reputation as a libel lawyer who has never lost a case, it is little wonder that Gateley Tweed partner Paul Tweed is in such high demand. From politicians to Hollywood actors, royalty to pop stars, Mr Tweed’s client list reads like a who’s who of anyone and everyone who has eve