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India's most senior judge has said that the use of English in courts should be abandoned and that the wearing of colonial court dress should be discarded. While English is not recognised as one of the 22 scheduled languages of India, historical attempts to bring an end to its use in other contexts h

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William Fry's pro bono programme has been recognised at the 2021 Chambers Sustainable Business Impact Awards. The law firm won the "Excellence in Social Enterprise" award for its Social Impact+ programme, which was launched in partnership with Inner City Enterprise in July 2019.

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Funeral directors in the UK have been ordered to display a standardised price list in their windows and on their websites. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) gave the funerals sector three months to implement changes to make it easier for families to arrange a funeral within their budget.

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Belfast law firm Tughans has grown with the appointment of two new directors, four newly-qualified solicitors and three new trainee solicitors. Kevin Hegarty has been appointed as a director in the commercial law firm's healthcare department, while Ben Sims has been appointed as a director in the co

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The London Irish Lawyers Association (LILA) will host a summer garden party with support from McCann FitzGerald next week. The association's first post-Covid social will take place in the medicinal garden of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) from 6pm on Tuesday 21 September 2021.

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The Irish judge on the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has recused himself from a case concerning legislation he debated in his former role as a Fine Gael senator after it was brought to his attention by a newspaper. The Supreme Court referred an appeal by convicted murderer Graham Dwyer to the Euro

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