International law firm Walkers welcomed Derville Rowland, deputy governor for consumer and investor protection at the Central Bank of Ireland, to its International Women's Day event in Dublin on Friday. The lunch event at No. 25 Fitzwilliam Place coincided with the launch of the Central Bank's seven
William Fry LLP yesterday took part in the first IBA Women's Day with an event hosted in its offices. Lawyers from 30 jurisdictions took part simultaneously in the International Bar Association's worldwide event in celebration of women lawyers, during which IBA president Almudena Arpón de Men
McCann FitzGerald welcomed lawyers to a special event in Dublin's Westbury Hotel ahead of International Women's Day 2023.
Cork solicitors and friends were welcomed to the Maryborough Hotel last week for the Southern Law Association's annual dinner. Emma Meagher Neville, who was recently elected president of the Southern Law Association, told Irish Legal News: "It is a career highlight for me to be president. We had a w
A pair of trainee solicitors from the Solicitors' Apprentice Debating Society of Ireland (SADSI) have triumphed in the 63rd Irish Times Debate. Ailbhe Noonan of Arthur Cox and Gavin Dowd of A&L Goodbody emerged on Friday as winners of the longest-running debate competition of its type in Ireland
An event co-hosted by Philip Lee has explored how Ireland and France can work together to achieve sustainability targets through "smart cities". Last week's working session at the RDS was co-hosted by the law firm with the French Embassy in Ireland and Business France Ireland.
RDJ LLP has congratulated six newly-qualified solicitors on the next stage of their careers with the firm. Marie Jennings, Louise Buckley and Mark Costello have all joined the firm's corporate and commercial team as solicitors.
Holmes has congratulated newly-qualified solicitors Ciara Downes and Melissa Regan on completing their training at the firm. Ms Downes has now joined the firm's commercial team and Ms Regan has joined the financial lines team.
A&L Goodbody yesterday welcomed over 250 people to its inaugural "Future of Tech Regulation" event in Dublin, which brought together leading regulators and industry experts to discuss and explore the impact of new and incoming legislation at Irish and European level. Key speakers at the event in
Whitney Moore has congratulated newly-qualified solicitors Hannah Judge, Michael Coleman and Kate Dillon on their appointment to the firm. Ms Judge and Mr Coleman have been appointed to the firm's corporate and M&A team. Ms Dillon has been appointed to the firm's employment and data privacy team
Dillon Eustace has congratulated its four newly-qualified solicitors on entering the next stage of their careers. Julia Mulllin, Sam Dillon, Anna Mulcair and Andrew Tyrrell have completed their training contracts with the firm.
Philip Lee has congratulated five newly-qualified solicitors on continuing their legal careers with the corporate law firm. Claudia Macklin, Lee Boorman, Catriona Walsh, Laura O'Brien and Hazel Murphy have been appointed as associate solicitors.
PhD students from across Europe and beyond recently descended on Cork to discuss, explore and develop research in the area of children's rights.
Comyn Kelleher Tobin (CKT) has presented a cheque for €3,300 to Cork charity The Crann Centre after a fundraising quiz. Trainees in the firm took the initiative to organise a table quiz for young legal professionals which raised the remarkable sum for The Crann Centre, a charity which helps the
Never mind the boardroom — Belfast-based MKB Law left behind the office for the beach in its latest staff photos published on a refreshed website.