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London firm Slaughter and May is paying for more of its lawyers to join the roll of solicitors in Ireland following the Brexit vote, Legal Week reports. The firm has already provided funding for 10 of its lawyers to join the roll, though only a handful have been admitted so far.

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The issues particular to Northern Ireland in the two Brexit challenges before the High Court in Belfast will be heard at the hearing on 4-5 October, a judge has ruled. Challenges are brought by Raymond McCord, a victims’ rights campaigner whose son was killed by loyalist paramilitaries in 1997, an

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Continued Brexit uncertainty, which has led to an upsurge in applications from UK lawyers seeking accreditation with the Irish Law Society, is continuing to generate an unprecedented demand for Irish passports from UK citizens. The spectre of visas being required by non-EU nationals has been raised

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Mr Justice Maguire has set aside October 4 and 5 to hear legal challenges to Brexit with campaigners and a cross-party group of MPs separately arguing that it would be unlawful to trigger article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without the approval of the UK Parliament. The legal team for Raymond McCord, wh

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Conor Gearty The widely-respected Irish Professor of Human Rights Law at LSE, Conor Gearty, warns that the proposed repeal of the HRA poses a threat to the Belfast Agreement and that the European Convention on Human Rights will be the next target.

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Two legal challenges to Brexit are set to go before the senior judicial review judge at the High Court in Belfast on Monday. Raymond McCord, a prominent victims' rights campaigner whose son was killed by loyalist paramilitaries in 1997, lodged his application for judicial review last month. He has b

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John-George Willis, head of the firm's corporate department Belfast firm Tughans has said it believes transactional activity in Northern Ireland is beginning to return to normality after a slowdown in the wake of the UK's Brexit vote.

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