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Matheson has announced the 2024 launch of the Tim Scanlon corporate law bursary, named in honour of late Matheson partner and former chairperson Tim Scanlon. The bursary, now in its third year, is delivered as part of Matheson's impactful business programme and is open to undergraduate and postgradu

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The Legal Aid Board's family mediation service has launched a new call-back service aimed at making free mediation more accessible to families. Free mediation is available to families who have undergone a divorce, separation or living apart, as well as those navigating challenges in the aftermath of

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The UK has said it will withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) in a move welcomed by climate campaigners who say the treaty is an obstacle to climate action. Signed in 1994, the ECT was designed to promote international investment in the energy sector, historically providing protections for i

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A priest has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking viagra and similar substances. The alleged pill-peddling priest from the western Spanish town of Don Benito was arrested along with his romantic partner, a man, on Monday following a months-long investigation, El País reports.

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Students at Dublin City University (DCU) have represented Ireland at Europe's largest European Court of Human Rights moot court competition in Switzerland. The three-person team of Niko Kawonczyk, Edel Daly and Holly Heeney travelled to St Gallen to compete in the Helga Pedersen Moot Court Competiti

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The King's Inns Law Review (KILR) has invited submissions for Volume XI, which marks the student journal's return to print for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Articles are welcomed from all areas of legal academia and practice, in English or as Gaeilge, on the broad theme of "Judicia

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