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Barrister Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh of Matrix Chambers in London is no stranger to high-profile or controversial cases. And one of her most recent trials is no exception. Ms Ní Ghrálaigh was the sole woman barrister to defend one of the 'Colston Four', representing the only wom

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Ronan Hynes, partner at Sellors LLP, offers a sneak peek into the law firm of the future. As we start to emerge from Covid-19 and take stock in a post-pandemic world, is there an opportunity to rethink the future law firm operating model? What does the future hold for law firms and the legal industr

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Fieldfisher Ireland LLP partner Mark Woodcock and solicitor Ciara Gilroy review a recent High Court judgment with significance for receivers. The recent High Court decision in Charleton v Hasset [2021] IEHC 746 tells us much about the court's current view in respect of receiver applications for inju

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Alan Eustace examines the government's proposed new remote working legislation and whether it lives up to the hype. This week, the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, headed by Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, published the draft Right to Request Remote Working Bill 2022. This legislation w

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Dr Vicky Conway calls on the government to take urgent action to secure the rights of criminal suspects. The shocking treatment of Joanne Hayes and her family by gardaí was back in the spotlight this week, with allegations of garda brutality, forced confession and fabricated statements laid b

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Coming from a legal family, Stuart Gilhooly SC, partner with HJ Ward & Co in Dublin, says it was always at the back of his mind that he was likely to pursue a career in that profession. But that didn't stop him from considering other options, in particular journalism when he was a young person w

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Benjamin Bestgen takes a philosophical look at corruption. In November 2021, Prime Minister Boris Johnson felt the need to tell the world’s media at the COP26 conference that the UK was not remotely a corrupt country. The PM took this step as both he personally and his Tory party are, not for

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