Dr Carol Coulter, CCLRP director The first report of the second phase of the Child Care Law Reporting Project's (CCLRP) work has been published online today.
Pictured (l-r): Patrick Brown and Rebecca Moffett Belfast firm Tughans has continued to expand with the promotion of Rebecca Moffett to partner.
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald will tomorrow propose giving motorists who miss fine deadlines the option of paying a "double fine" to avoid appearing in court, the Irish Independent reports.
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald A report published in part by Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald recommends a series of measures to change the way investigations under the Garda Síochána Act 2005 take place after the death of Sergeant Michael Galvin.
Dr Colin Harvey, professor in human rights law at Queen's University Belfast, gives a constitutional perspective on the UK's referendum on EU membership in a new video published on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xbrx5UbhVg
ByrneWallace has responded to the increasing risk of cybercrime to legal professinoals by becoming what it claims is the first large Irish law firm certified for ISO 27001 by Certification Europe in Ireland.
Major changes are urgently needed to restore an acceptable level of access to the employment tribunals system, according to the Justice Committee in its report on recent and proposed changes to fees for court users in the civil and family courts and tribunals. The introduction of issue fees and hear
The family of an American woman killed in last year’s Paris terror attacks has sued Internet giants Google, Facebook and Twitter, claiming they give “material support” to ISIS. Nohemi Gonzalez’s family filed a lawsuit last week in San Francisco, calling on the court to find that the companie
The Court of Appeal has found that twelve months imprisonment backdated to the date of guilty plea was not an unduly lenient sentence for the offence of possession of a syringe contrary to s. 7(1) and (2) of the Non Fatal Offences Against the Person Act 1997. The Court accepted that there were unusu
Dr Claire Hamilton, a senior law lecturer at Maynooth University The introduction of mandatory sentencing in the US was an "expensive mistake", an Irish law lecturer has told the Irish Independent.
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald Ireland has made "significant progress" in implementing improvements to Ireland's asylum process, including direct provision, as recommended by a working group last year.
Representatives from the Bar Council of Northern Ireland and the Bar Council of Ireland will convene in Belfast next week alongside their Scottish and English counterparts.
Michael Jackson, managing partner at Matheson Matheson this week hosted a business breakfast briefing on Brexit on behalf of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce.
Pictured (l-r): QUB Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston and Lisa McLaughlin of Herbert Smith Freehills International law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has announced it will sponsor the Student Hub at Queen's University Belfast's new School of Law as part of a five-year partnership deal.
Belfast firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin has celebrated being recently named as a finalist for three major awards. The firm was shortlisted in the The Right Place to Work and Managing Talent categories at The Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards.