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Pictured (left–right): Méabh de Courcy MacDonnell, Robert O’Sullivan, Ms Justice Carmel Stewart, Mr Justice John McMenamin, Tom Casey and Hugh Joyce Three final year law students at UCD Sutherland School of Law comprised the winning team at The National Moot Court Competition 2022

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The Lord Chief Justice of England & Wales, Lord Burnett of Maldon, has announced his forthcoming retirement in a statement reproduced below. Earlier this month I informed His Majesty The King of my intention to retire from the office of Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and head of the jud

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The family of a man who was killed over 10 years ago have called on gardaí to publicly apologise for failing to investigate his death properly. On Friday 18 November the inquest into the death of Seamus Doherty concluded that he died from an unlawful killing.

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Under a planned amendment to the Online Safety Bill, people who share so-called ‘deepfakes’ – explicit images or videos which have been manipulated to look like someone without their consent – will be among those to be specifically criminalised for the first time and face pot

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A woman who told immigration officials that a box she was carrying contained beer has admitted in court that it actually contained a spider monkey. Savannah Nicole Valdez, 20, was arrested in March attempting to enter the US via Texas.

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The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission has been given permission by the Supreme Court to appear as amicus curiae in a case that concerns the consideration of fundamental rights in the context of deportation orders. The case (GO v Minister for Justice) explores whether and to what extent, whe

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Justice Minister Helen McEntee and Law Reform Minister James Browne have announced the establishment of a new group to implement and co-ordinate support for the Cherry Orchard community. They announced that Brendan Foster, a partner in Grant Thornton, former chair of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce a

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