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The Bar Council of Northern Ireland has published responses to four government consultations on its website for easy access. The barristers' body submitted responses in September 2015 to Department of Justice consultations on employment tribunals, judicial review time limits, remuneration of excepti

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Graham de Barra, director of Help Not Harm A survey carried out on behalf of a pro-harm reduction group in Ireland has found that 82 per cent of Irish third-level students have tried illegal drugs.

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A man found guilty of murdering Dubliner David White by repeated stabbing has lost his appeal against the Central Criminal Court’s 2013 conviction and life sentence. Judges in the Court of Appeal rejected the appellant’s numerous grounds for appeal, including allegations that the trial judge had

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A restaurant company seeking to appeal the dismissal of a professional negligence case against a solicitor and barrister has been told to put up an €80,000 security. The Court of Appeal yesterday ruled that Rayan Restaurant Ltd must put up €40,528 to cover the costs of each of the two defendants

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Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has proposed a law to allow An Garda Síochána to enter private dwellings in order to arrest asylum seekers who have been subjected to a deportation order.

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Mike Harris, partner in cyber security services The Irish and Northern Ireland economies are losing almost £500 million (€700m) a year due to cybercrime, according to a new report published by global accountancy firm Grant Thornton.

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