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Northern Ireland's higher education institutions have signed up to a pledge not to use non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to silence victims of sexual harassment. Queen’s University, Ulster University, Stranmillis University College, St Mary’s University College and the Open University in

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The Lady Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, Dame Siobhan Keegan, features in the latest episode of the Legal History Project podcast series. In a candid conversation, Dame Siobhan shares her pathway into a career in law as well as hopes and priorities for her tenure.

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A public consultation has been launched on the use of "live link" video and audio conference systems in Northern Ireland courts and tribunal hearings. The consultation, running until 26 September 2022, seeks views on the future use of live links as part of the digital improvement and modernisation o

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UK government plans to introduce a new "bill of rights" will diminish human rights and weaken the ability of citizens to hold the state accountable, the Law Society of Northern Ireland's human rights and equality group has said. In a statement, the group said concerns it had raised as part of a publ

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Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin (CFR) has signed up to a climate action pledge committing the firm to reducing its carbon footprint and setting ambitious targets to enhance its sustainability. The law firm — which says it will halve its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 — joins a host

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A special ‘wellbeing garden’ has been created in north Belfast by A&L Goodbody (ALG) in partnership with social enterprise and wellbeing charity Inspire. Employees from the law firm's Belfast office teamed up with Inspire to plant trees in the grounds of Filor Court, a retirement hou

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Solicitors and barristers were among those taking to the streets of Belfast on Saturday for the city's largest ever Pride parade, which attracted tens of thousands of people in its first post-pandemic appearance.

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Belfast-based Paschal O'Hare Personal Injury Solicitors has welcomed new solicitors Victoria Thompson and Claire Leemon. Ms Thompson, who studied law and politics at Ulster University, joins the firm to assist with various personal injury matters.

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European law firms Fieldfisher has awarded its first-ever training contracts in Belfast to two senior legal professionals. Hollie Ferris and Leo McSweeney will begin the LPC in September this year, during which time they will undertake a mixture of full time study and two years' qualifying work expe

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