Law Society Of Ireland

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Solicitors from north and south of the border are competing today in a unique charity triathlon to raise funds for colleagues and their families experiencing difficult times. The inaugural IronLaw North South Triathlon Challenge sees three solicitors representing the Law Society of Ireland compete a

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A website advertising a fake law firm has been pulled from the web after it was exposed by the Law Society of Ireland. In a notice published on its website, the Law Society said it did not authorise or regulate a practice called "O'Leary & Zemen".

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More than two dozen lawyers have qualified to practice the law in the Irish language in the past two years, figures reveal. In 2017, 16 students at the Law Society of Ireland and eight students at the King's Inns completed the advanced Irish language course necessary for admission to the registers o

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English and Welsh solicitors are continuing to join the Irish roll of solicitors in significant numbers nearly three years on from the Brexit vote, new figures reveal. A total of 2,772 solicitors from England and Wales have been admitted to the Irish roll, according to the latest Law Society of Irel

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The Law Society of Ireland has invited solicitors to take part in a free five-week online course in arts, entertainment and media law. The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), which is worth 10 CPD points, will begin on Tuesday 7 May and provides an overview of law, business practices and commercial r

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Mr Justice Peter Kelly, president of the High Court, will join mediation experts in Dublin today to examine the impact of the Mediation Act 2017 one year on from its commencement. Other speakers at the event in Blackhall Place this afternoon include Ger Deering, the financial services and pensions o

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New court rules required under the Domestic Violence Act 2018 have come into effect. The District Court Rules have been amended to facilitate the operation of the significant Act, which was commenced at the start of the year.

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The Law Society of Ireland has promised to continue working towards "higher standards of gender equality, diversity and inclusion", five years on from the Irish solicitor profession reaching gender parity. The Irish solicitor profession became the first legal profession in the world to reach gender

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Lawyers have been encouraged to raise cash for homelessness charities for a 21st consecutive year at the launch of the 2019 Calcutta Run in the Dublin offices of Walkers. The legal fundraiser, organised by the Law Society of Ireland, will see up to 1,500 legal professionals walk, run or cycle to rai

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The Law Society of Ireland has launched a new Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Task Force to promote equality, diversity and inclusion in the Society and the solicitors’ profession. The Task Force comprises 16 members from various minority, disability, LGBT+ and socio-economic backgrou

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