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Lawyers from KRW Law and Doughty Street Chambers will meet with TDs to discuss the case of Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa, who has been detained in Cairo since August 2013. According to The Irish Times, the joint committee on foreign affairs yesterday invited Mr Halawa's lawyers to an informal meeting

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An exhibition of artwork playing a vital role in the rehabilitative journey of offenders is to go on display at the UK’s top court next month, following an invitation by a new charity aiming to use art to explore the role of courts and other legal institutions. The exhibition, PAPERWORK, has been

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Circuit Court judge Leonie Reynolds has been nominated to fill the High Court vacancy created by Mr Justice John Hedigan's appointment to the Court of Appeal, The Irish Times reports. Ms Reynolds, a former barrister and the daughter of former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, was educated in UCD and the Ki

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Supreme Court judge Ms Justice Mary Laffoy will chair the citizens’ convention examining the Eighth Amendment. Ms Justice Laffoy, former chair of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse, was appointed to lead the 100-member convention by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

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In a claim to set aside a compromise on the basis of fraudulent misrepresentation, the defrauded representee need not prove it settled in the belief the misrepresentation were true in order to demonstrate influence by or reliance on that misrepresentation. The respondent, Mr Hayward, suffered an inj

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Representatives from the Irish and Northern Ireland legal professions paid tribute to members who died during the Battle of the Somme in 1916 at an event in Dublin's Supreme Court yesterday. The event, hosted by the Courts Centenary Commemoration Committee, heard from representatives of The Bar of I

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