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30 November 2022 at 6.30pm European Commissioner for Justice and Consumers, Didier Reynders will be joined by Kiki Boreel, Dutch climate ambassador for the future, greenwashing expert and fashion model; Michel Scholte, founder of True Price Foundation and Augustin Reyna, director of legal and econom

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The Irish Council for Civil Liberties is hosting an event in Dublin to launch its new website – infovictims.ie. INFOVICTIMS III is an EU project that develops new and updated informative materials for victims of crime across the EU. ICCL has created a website, a Know your Rights brochure,

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For the first time in the history of the State, socialist lawyers are organising. Trainee solicitors in the law school in Dublin have formed the Blackhall Society of Socialist Lawyers and they are looking for barristers, solicitors, legal academics and law students to join a national network of radi

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A worker who was unfairly dismissed for refusing to join his colleagues in the pub after work has won a case against his erstwhile employer. Mr T, not to be confused with he of A-Team fame, was a senior advisor at a firm in Paris.

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Barrister Alan Toal has died at the age of 60. While he was believed to be under threat from a violent criminal, gardaí are not treating his death as suspicious.

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Kevin Kelly, a legal executive at Hayes Solicitors who is currently completing the barrister-at-law degree, came first in this year’s Bréagchúirt Uí Dhálaigh organised by Gael Linn, representing The Honorable Society of King's Inns.

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Attorney General Paul Gallagher is to retire, he has told the Supreme Court. Mr Gallagher, 67, who has held the position for two years, did not specify an exact date but it is thought he will retire around the time of the Government changeover on December 17.

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The Public Interest Law Alliance (PILA) has published the inaugural Pro Bono pledge Ireland Impact Report 2022. The report, which covers the first year of reporting for the Pro Bono Pledge Ireland, offers an insight into the variety of pro bono work undertaken by Irish volunteer lawyers across a num

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