Law Society Of Ireland

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At least one Dublin law firm has reopened its city centre office as Irish law firms prepare to return to their physical workplaces under the five-phase government roadmap. M.P. Moloney Solicitors reopened its office at 1 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2 for client and notary public services yesterday,

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Coronavirus-related disruption at the Companies Registration Office (CRO) is having a "significant impact" on transactions, the Law Society of Ireland has said. The Law Society previously raised concerns after the government announced the CRO could only offer “limited services” to the pu

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A new service to support solicitor practices during the coronavirus crisis has been launched by the Law Society of Ireland. The new Crisis Practice Support service has been designed to deliver relevant, practical supports to help solicitors remain operational to ensure they can continue providing es

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Concerns have been raised by the Law Society of Ireland about the video-conferencing technology used to facilitate remote court hearings in Ireland. According to the Law Society Gazette, the Society's nominees on courts user groups have concerns about "the significant limitations of the technologica

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The coronavirus pandemic makes Ireland's implementation of the new EU Copyright Directive "all the more important", a senior IP law expert has said. Dr Mark Hyland, IMRO adjunct professor of intellectual property law at the Law Society of Ireland, said creative industries "are being badly hit by the

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Rural solicitor firms have been invited to apply for a €25,000 grant designed to assist smaller firms and practices with the cost of employing a trainee solicitor. The Law Society of Ireland will make five awards under the new scheme, which has been launched to boost smaller solicitor practices

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The Law Society of Ireland has launched a new mental health service designed to support solicitors. LegalMind is an independent, low-cost mental health service accessible to solicitors and their dependants across Ireland at any time of the day or night, provided on a confidential basis.

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Trainee solicitors studying at the Law Society of Ireland have placed third in an international environmental moot court competition. William Fry trainees Peter Carvill and Karolina Rozhnova and Maples & Calder trainee Fiachra MacElhatton competed in a "virtual" final round of the 24th Annual St

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Lawyers have raised concerns that coronavirus-related disruption at the Companies Registration Office (CRO) could land company directors in hot water. The CRO will only offer "limited services" to the public due to restrictions imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic, government officials have said.

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The legal profession's annual Calcutta Run fundraiser has been postponed until October due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year's event was originally scheduled to take place on 23 May 2020, but has now been rearranged for 24 October 2020.

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Solicitors have been advised that they can witness the signing of wills through windows and car windshields during the coronavirus pandemic. The Law Society of Ireland circulated advice to solicitors last week following an increase in the number of people seeking to make a will as part of contingenc

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The Law Society of Ireland has called for legislation to ensure that the possible closure of court offices does not affect proceedings being issued urgently to comply with the statute of limitations. The Law Society has been in contact with the Courts Service on the matter, but has called for legisl

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Trainee solicitors representing the Law Society of Ireland have won the 19th Annual International Law School Mediation Tournament. David Murphy of Michael Houlihan & Partners, Paula O'Halloran of CDS Law & Tax and Grainne Hussey of Eversheds Sutherland travelled to Chicago for the competitio

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