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The Irish Immigration Lawyers' Association (IILA) and the Irish Asylum and Citizenship Bar Association (IACBA) are to host a joint CPD event for the first time this Friday. While in-person spaces for the event in the Distillery Building this Friday 1 March, 2pm-4pm are now fully booked, the event ca

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More than 1,000 people seeking asylum in the State are without accommodation, according to new government figures which the Irish Refugee Council has described as indicative of an emerging humanitarian crisis. The figures also show that very few people in that position are subsequently being accommo

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Law students Ciara McLoughlin, Ceara Tonna-Barthet and Clíodhna McHugh have emerged as winners of the 64th Irish Times Debate. The grand final of Ireland's longest-running third-level debating competition took place at University College Dublin on Friday, with teams debating the motion: "This

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Dozens of vehicles have been provided by the EU to Ukrainian police and prosecutors to support the investigation and prosecution of war crimes in territories liberated from Russian occupation. The European Commission is supplying 30 cars to the National Police of Ukraine (NPU) and 20 cars to the Off

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The Law Society of Northern Ireland's past president James G. Doran has passed away. Mr Doran, who passed away on Sunday, was born in 1927 and was admitted as a solicitor in 1953.

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Lawmakers in Germany have voted to approve the partial legalisation of cannabis. The legislation advanced by the country's ruling coalition was backed by 407 parliamentarians. 226 voted against the bill and only four abstained.

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A man has been charged with insider trading offences after allegedly making close to $2 million by eavesdropping on his wife's work calls. US regulators say Tyler Loudon made illegal profits of $1.76 million after listening-in to calls made by his wife, an M&A manager with BP, concerning a plann

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Philip Lee lawyer Peter Crawford has unexpectedly passed away, the firm announced over the weekend. Mr Crawford died at home in Balbriggan last Thursday, according to a notice published on rip.ie. His funeral will take place tomorrow morning at S.S. Peter & Paul's Church.

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Northern Ireland victims should be included in new UK legislation on the Post Office scandal, a lawyer representing dozens of subpostmasters has said. The UK government plans to legislate to clear convictions in England and Wales linked to the Horizon IT scandal, said to be the biggest miscarriage o

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Ireland has failed in its bid to host the EU's new Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA), which is to be headquartered in Frankfurt. Ireland was one of nine EU member states which had applied to host the authority, which will have over 400 staff members and is set to become operational in mid-2025.

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