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A new report on clinical legal education written by an NUI Galway School of Law lecturer has been launched. Clinical Legal Education in Ireland: Progress and Potential, which analyses advancements in clinical legal education, was launched by retired High Court judge and former part-time lecturer Dr

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Dara Robinson As many as 44 per cent of case files which were submitted to Ireland's Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) last year did not result in prosecution, new figures show.

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Photo credit: Law Society Ireland (via Twitter) Sixty newly qualified solicitors were conferred with their Parchments and admitted to the Roll of Solicitors by the Law Society of Ireland at the Parchment Ceremony in Presidents' Hall last night.

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A gay man has been awarded compensation in what is thought to the first discrimination case to be brought against a service provider for the homophobic actions of its staff. When “Tim” (not his real name) asked for a refund on some patio locks, the shop assistant began to abuse him. A judge at S

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Pictured (l-r): John White, managing partner; Maree Gallagher, senior counsel; Imelda Reynolds, chairperson Maree Gallagher has joined Beauchamps Solicitors as senior counsel, marking the firm's fifth senior hire this year.

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A former solicitor has admitted theft, fraud and forgery offences worth a total loss of more than €300,000. Mark Cronin, formerly of Cronin Mungovan Solicitors in Macroom, pleaded guilty to a long string of offences dating from between July 2009–December 2013.

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