Julie-Anne McCaffrey Irish Legal News speaks to Julie-Anne McCaffrey, chair of the Northern Ireland Young Solicitors Association (NIYSA), in the wake of the European Young Bar Association conference in Belfast.
Gavan Duffy QC, chairman of Northern Ireland's Criminal Bar Association The long running story of Rob Tichener’s abuse of his wife Helen in BBC Radio 4's The Archers came to a gruesome climax this week in a shocking scene for listeners that resulted in outcry on social media platforms and news out
Linda Johnston, partner at Francis Hanna & Co Solicitors Linda Johnston, partner at Francis Hanna & Co Solicitors, writes about the passing of the Mental Capacity Bill by the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Maxine Orr Maxine Orr, partner at Worthingtons Solicitors in Belfast, considers two cases whereby an employee was not required to share the relevant protected characteristic in order to claim discrimination by association.
Rachel Richardson, director at Tughans Solicitors in Belfast Rachel Richardson, director at Tughans Solicitors in Belfast, comments on the Employment Bill which has reached the Final Reading stage at the NI Assembly.