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Pictured (l-r): Sarah Burrows, Cleaver Fulton Rankin; Anne Dawson, Barnardo’s Northern Ireland; Caroline Harris, Cleaver Fulton Rankin; and Lorraine Tierney, Cleaver Fulton Rankin. Staff at Belfast firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin have visited their chosen Charity of the Year, Barnardo's.

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Northern Ireland's abortion laws are not incompatible with the Human Rights Act 1998, Northern Ireland's Court of Appeal has ruled. The court allowed Attorney General John Larkin's appeal against an earlier Order declaring Northern Ireland's abortion laws incompatible with the Human Rights Act in th

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The Department of Justice has published the latest data on court prosecutions, convictions and out of court disposals in Northern Ireland for 2016/17. The number of prosecutions disposed at Crown Court increased 43.4 per cent from 1,312 in 2015 to 1,882 in 2016, reversing the downward trend seen in

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Plans for the transformation of Belfast’s iconic Crumlin Road Courthouse into a £25 million luxury hotel will go on public display next month. The Signature Living Group will host pre-application events at Crumlin Road Gaol on Monday 17 July and Thursday 17 August from 10am-8pm, the Belfast Teleg

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Evidence given by witnesses to the independent inquiry into the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scandal will not be used to prosecute them, The Irish News reports. The chair of the inquiry, retired Lord Justice of Appeal, Sir Patrick Coghlin, successfully sought a written assurance that witnesses' ev

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Victims' rights campaigner Raymond McCord has launched judicial review proceedings aimed at clarifying the circumstances in which a border poll would be held in Northern Ireland. Mr McCord, who lodged a failed legal challenge against Brexit in the Northern Ireland courts, has applied for a judicial

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Ian Huddleston, president of the Law Society of Northern Ireland The European public can now easily look up lawyers in Northern Ireland through the European Commission's e-Justice portal, the Law Society of Northern Ireland has announced.

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of industrial tribunal proceedings in 2007 was not made out - there was no causative link between the “protected act” and the detriment claimed and the appeal against that finding was dismissed. Further, in determining the claim for discrimination because of his political opinion, the Tribunal

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The Court of Appeal has granted interim authority for the Humanist wedding of Laura Lacole and Republic of Ireland midfielder Eunan O'Kane to proceed this week with legal recognition. The judges have yet to rule on a bid to overturn a judgement that the celebrity couple faced discrimination based on

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