Pictured (l-r): Máirtín Ó Muilleoir and Paul Givan Northern Ireland's Communities Minister Paul Givan has launched a consultation on the legislative changes needed to ensure housing associations remain as independent social enterprises.
Pictured (l-r): Krishnan Guru-Murthy with A&L Goodbody's Paul White and Eithne FitzGerald, and Giovanni Amodeo of Mergermarket A&L Goodbody has been named Ireland M&A Legal Advisor of the Year at the Mergermarket European M&A Awards in London.
The key to Oscar Wilde's jail cell is set to be auctioned off in London tomorrow. The key is believed to have been used to unlock the Reading gaol cell occupied by Wilde between 1895-1897 following his conviction for sodomy and gross indecency.
The Court of Appeal has quashed the eleven-year sentence given to a man convicted of raping a young woman in her bedroom Cork, and resentenced the man to eight years’ imprisonment with the final three years suspended upon conditions. Delivering the judgment of the three-judge Court, Mr Justice Edw
Cork solicitor Frank Buttimer remains Ireland's top-earning free criminal legal aid solicitor, the Department of Justice has confirmed. Mr Buttimer earned €548,449 in 2015, down from €709,668 in 2014. He was the only legal aid solicitor to earn more than half a million euros.
Brendan McGuigan, chief inspector of criminal justice in Northern Ireland An independent inspection of arrangements in place to support legacy inquests in Northern Ireland has found PSNI existing processes to be complex, convoluted and contributing to delay.
A former solicitor who admitted stealing €260,000 from her clients because she was €6.5 million in debt has been jailed for a year. Jacqueline Durcan, 47, pleaded guilty in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to one count of stealing €260,000 between February 21, 2008 and January 27, 2011.
Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan Twice as many people in Great Britain were issued with Irish passports last month than in November 2015, according to new figures from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Belfast solicitor Christopher Stanley of KRW Law has questioned the investigation into the Guildford pub bombings following the release of documents from the National Archives. Five people were killed on 5 October 1974 when two bombs were detonated at two Guildford pubs. Three men and a woman, known
The Court of Appeal has granted the application of a mother to return to Australia with her two children, who she brought to Ireland in the Summer of 2016 with her Irish husband. Overturning the High Court’s decision to refuse her application, Mr Justice Gerard Hogan found that that the children w
Constitutional Court Justice Edwin Cameron A leading South African judge visiting Dublin has underlined the key role of an independent judiciary for the rule of law and the protection of constitutional rights.