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Paul McGarry SC, chair of the Bar Council of Ireland There are opportunities and challenges for the Irish legal profession in the wake of Brexit, Paul McGarry SC, chair of the Bar Council of Ireland, told a Seanad committee yesterday.

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Salaries for legal professionals in Northern Ireland are performing strongly in the face of Brexit uncertainty, a survey has revealed. The regional Salary Survey Report from Abacus Professional Recruitment, published this week, is based on survey data from 100 partners, senior associate solicitors,

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David Isaac, chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission UK government Brexit plans demonstrate a lack of ambition for equality and human rights standards, one human rights chief has warned.

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Eoghan Murphy Ireland's minister of state with responsibility for financial services, Eoghan Murphy, and former EU finance commissioner Lord Hill of Oareford will address a Brexit briefing hosted by Dublin firm Matheson in London this Wednesday.

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Government ministers from the UK and Ireland have re-affirmed their commitment to justice and security co-operation after Brexit. Tánaiste and Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald met UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire in London yesterday.

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Plans to open a DLA Piper office in Dublin are at a “fairly advanced” stage, according to one of the global firm's senior partners. Juan Picon, senior partner of DLA Piper's international limited liability partnership (LLP), which covers the firm's non-US business, told Legal Week that opening a

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Prime Minister Theresa May The UK government has published draft legislation to empower Prime Minister Theresa May to activate Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union and thereby begin the formal Brexit process.

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