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A cross-community group of MLAs are expected to file legal proceedings at the High Court in Belfast over the UK's Brexit vote. Raymond McCord, a prominent victims rights campaigner whose son was killed by loyalist paramilitaries in 1997, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court ea

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The man taking forward the first Northern Ireland legal challenge against the Brexit vote has won an application for legal aid on appeal. Raymond McCord, a prominent victims rights campaigner whose son was killed by loyalist paramilitaries in 1997, lodged an application for judicial review at the Hi

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A prominent victims rights campaigner has lodged the first legal challenge in Northern Ireland against the UK's decision to leave the European Union. Raymond McCord, whose son was killed by loyalist paramilitaries in 1997, has lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court in Belfast.

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There was a sharp increase in Irish passport applications following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, according to new figrues from the Department of Foreign Affairs. In July - the first full month since the EU referendum - there were 7,321 applications for Irish passports from people livin

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Global firm Pinsent Masons, which has a strong base in Northern Ireland, has refused to rule out a future expansion into Dublin as part of its response to the Brexit vote. The firm does not currently have a base in Ireland, but is said to be carrying out a review of its Irish operations after the UK

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Pictured (l-r): Emma-Jane Flannery, Scott Alexander and Fiona Wills Arthur Cox provided leading Northern Ireland businesses with advice on the impact of Brexit on employment and immigration laws at a major seminar held in conjunction with Legal-Island.

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Kasra Nouroozi, partner and head of dispute resolution at Mishcon de Reya The first legal challenge over Brexit, focussed on the question of whether the Prime Minister requires the approval of MPs to activate Article 50 and begin the process of leaving the European Union, will be heard by the High C

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Four top UK law firms are funding lawyers who wish to register in the Republic of Ireland over fears about Brexit, a Legal Week report has revealed. Clifford Chance, Herbert Smith Freehills, Simmons & Simmons and DLA Piper are registering lawyers from different practices across the UK as a preca

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Aidan O’Neill QC More than 1,000 barristers and advocates have urged the prime minister to allow Parliament to determine whether the UK should leave the European Union or not following the referendum in favour of Brexit.

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