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The International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO) and Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) have published a joint report on the health consequences of crowd control weapons (CCWs). INCLO – a network of independent national human rights organisations, including the Irish Council of Ci

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The Supreme Court yesterday sat briefly to commemorate Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman, whose sudden passing shocked the legal profession. All nine judges of the Supreme Court sat on the bench alongside the President of the Court of Appeal, Mr Justice Sean Ryan, and the President of the High Court, Mr Ju

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An aspiring US lawyer is taking her law school to court for allegedly inflating figures relating to the number of its graduates in employment. Anna Alaburda, 37, is the first law graduate to take her school to court over employment figures, The New York Times reports.

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Judge Patrick Durcan criticised a woman for posting on Facebook about alleged abuse she suffered at the hands of her father at the age of 13, the Irish Examiner reports. Sitting in Ennis Family Court, Judge Durcan said sharing that information on social media "was the most appalling and improper beh

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The Court of Appeal has ordered a retrial of a case concerning a man's last will and testament following an application by his surviving civil partner, which was originally refused by the President of the High Court. The case concerned two testamentary documents. The first had been executed by Mr Br

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Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman of Ireland's Supreme Court has died suddenly, the Courts Service of Ireland has confirmed. The Supreme Court is expected to convene at 2pm for a special session in commemoration of the judge.

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A group of lawyers and academics have signed an open letter stating that the medical records of symphysiotomy survivors should not be shredded. The Symphysiotomy Payment Scheme website has asked applicants to get in touch to tell them whether their application and supporting documents should be retu

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An organisation supporting Ashers Bakery Company in its appeal against a high-profile discrimination ruling has claimed combined legal costs in the case have now exceeded £100,000. Simon Calvert, spokesperson for The Christian Institute, told the Belfast Telegraph: "So far, the case has generated l

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