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Brexit represents "opportunity" for Commonwealth lawyers, according to the president of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA). Alexander Ward, speaking to Irish Legal News, said he was not concerned about the administration of justice after Britain's exit from the European Union.

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New legal challenges over the Brexit process have been lodged in the Irish and UK courts, The Guardian reports. London-based Jolyon Maugham QC will ask the High Court in Dublin to seek a ruling from the European Court of Justice on whether the activation of article 50 can be reversed.

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Dr Vincent Power, partner and head of EU, competition and procurement at A&L Goodbody Last year's Brexit vote may have led to a fall in the number of merger and acquisition transactions notified to Irish authorities last year, according to A&L Goodbody.

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Irish-born human rights expert Professor Conor Gearty will discuss British human rights after Brexit at the London launch of his new book at LSE this evening. On Fantasy Island: Britain, Europe and Human Rights examines the future of the Human Rights Act and the UK's relation to the European Convent

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Pictured (l-r): Ciaran O'Hare, Conan Fegan BL, Ronan Lavery QC Belfast solicitor Ciaran O'Hare of McIvor Farrell Solicitors has travelled to London with Conan Fegan BL and Ronan Lavery QC for the Brexit case currently before the UK Supreme Court.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAIPQy3lYGQ Lawyers at Dublin firm Matheson discuss key Brexit issues with European Commissioner Phil Hogan in a 20-minute video interview released on YouTube.

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Paul Wyse, managing director at Smith & Williamson Ireland Confidence among Irish law firms has taken a hit over the past year, according to a new survey, with a majority of firms fearing the longer-term impact of the UK's Brexit vote.

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