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Justice Minister Sam Gyimah The UK government is set to posthumously pardon thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted in England and Wales of now abolished sexual offences, Justice Minister Sam Gyimah has announced.

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Paul McGarry, chairman of the Council of The Bar of Ireland The Bar of Ireland has warned that delaying further judicial appointments until the appointments process has been reformed would adversely affect the administration of justice in Ireland.

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that website operators may have a legitimate interest in storing certain personal data relating to its visitors in order to protect itself against cyberattacks. The dynamic internet protocol address of a visitor constitutes personal data, with respect to

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Pictured (l-r): Benedict Blunnie BL; Mr Justice Frank Clarke; and Sara-Jane O'Brien BL The sixth King's Inns Law Review has been launched at a "very well-attended event" in the Honourable Society of King's Inns.

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The solicitor representing victims’ campaigner Raymond McCord in his challenge to the Brexit process in the High Court in Belfast has said he is encouraged by separate proceedings concluding in London today. Ciaran O'Hare of McIvor Farrell Solicitors travelled to London alongside barrister Conan F

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