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Hundreds of solicitors who allegedly failed to discharge an undertaking have been identified by an Irish bank and could be investigated for misconduct. The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) said it was recently contacted by a bank who said that "following a recent review they have identifie

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In its first year of service, 123 members signed up to the Bar of Ireland's practice support and fee recovery service for assistance in recovering overdue fee notes. The service was launched in July 2020 and provides much-needed support to members in relation to fee recovery and cashflow management.

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Lawyers have been urged to review their online, print and other advertising to ensure it is fully compliant with regulations brought in last year. Three lawyers have been contacted by the Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA), which assumed responsibility for regulating advertising in December,

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Conveyancers could become a regulated profession in their own right under government plans to drive down legal costs. Justice Minister Helen McEntee today ordered the Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) to draw up a report on the creation of a new profession of "conveyancer".

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Justice Minister Helen McEntee has encouraged women lawyers to apply to be granted the title of senior counsel this year. The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) last month announced the opening of applications for the second round of the patents of precedence process.

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New regulations governing advertising by legal practitioners have been published by the Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA). The regulator has now assumed responsibility for regulating advertising by both solicitors and barristers. Advertising by solicitors was previously regulated by the Law

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Solicitors and barristers have been invited to apply to be granted the title of senior counsel next year. The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) has announced the opening of applications for the second round of the patents of precedence process.

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The Law Society of Ireland and the King's Inns should not have a monopoly on training solicitors and barristers, the Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) has suggested in a new report. In its 105-page report, the legal regulator called for the development of a clear definition of the competenc

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Fewer than a dozen lawyers made submissions to a consultation on the proposed unification of the solicitor and barrister professions in Ireland. The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) today published its 125-page report on the subject, which it was required to produce under section 34 of the

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Around a dozen-and-a-half solicitors have made Irish legal history after being formally granted patents of precedence and given the designation of senior counsel. In a series of small online ceremonies on Friday, the honour traditionally reserved for barristers was bestowed on 17 of their solicitor

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