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Law Centre NI has announced plans to take part in the Belfast Pride parade for the first time, using this year's event to show its support for refugees and asylum seekers. During Pride Week, the law centre will highlight the struggles faced by LGBTQIA+ refugee and asylum seekers, who have often been

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Pensioners and other people in care in Northern Ireland who have personal assets will be at a significant disadvantage compared to their counterparts in England and Wales following the introduction of the Health and Care Act 2022, which caps lifetime costs at £86,000, according to Belfast

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Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin (CFR) has announced the expansion of its dispute resolution team with nine new appointments. As well as last year's promotion of Kerry McCloy to director, the firm has hired Jude Copeland as an associate and Niamh Hughes, Brendan Tabb and Ruaidhrí Groom as

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Lady Gillian Kerr, the widow of Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore, has passed away. Lord Kerr, a former Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland who became one of the first justices of the UK Supreme Court, died in 2020.

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UK, US and Irish newspapers have published obituaries of Lord Trimble, the former law lecturer, barrister, first minister and Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) leader who died on Monday at the age of 77. "It had been that violence [of the early Troubles], beginning with internment in August 1971, that had

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A woman who allegedly threatened to kill a district judge in Ballymena has been granted bail. Olivia Girvan, 25, must not come within 100 metres of the courthouse as part of bail conditions imposed by the High Court yesterday, the Belfast Telegraph reports.

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UK law firm TLT is supporting one of its trainee solicitors who has been selected to play as part of the Northern Ireland netball squad at this year's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Ciara Crosbie is based at the firm's Manchester office. Prior to starting her training contract, she worked for TLT

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Belfast human rights lawyer and political activist Pádraigín Drinan has passed away at the age of 75. Ms Drinan was admitted to the roll of solicitors in November 1974 and was principal in her own practice until her retirement in October 2013.

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Progress on a cross-departmental strategy to stop domestic and sexual violence and abuse in Northern Ireland has been published. The ministers for justice, health, communities, education and finance have published an action plan setting out proposed activity for year seven of the seven-year domestic

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A Manchester academic has been awarded a prestigious, early career prize by the Irish Legal History Society. Ashley Hannay, lecturer in property law, was awarded the Sir Anthony Hart Doctoral Paper Prize for his paper The Origins of the Statute of Uses, 1536, which he presented at the 25th British L

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UK law firm Shoosmiths, which has an office in Belfast, has announced its year end results for FY 2021/22. Revenue at the firm has risen eight per cent to £181.8 million while net profits increased nine per cent to £60.7m and PEP increased by three per cent to £675,000.

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