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https://vimeo.com/207645384 Leona Rankin, a solicitor in Carson McDowell's employment team, has been given a prestigious award by the Prime Minister for her work to support people living with sarcoma in Northern Ireland.

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Pictured (l-r): John-George Willis collects the award from judge Stephen Kirkpatrick, chief executive at Corbo Properties Belfast firm Tughans has celebrated success at Insider’s Northern Ireland Dealmakers Awards 2017 by claiming the title Corporate Law Firm of the Year for the second year runnin

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Photo: Google Street View Belfast solicitor Jane Crilly, formerly of Francis Crilly Solicitors, has passed away.

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The Northern Ireland Assembly must legislate to protect and promote the Irish language, a new Council of Europe report has said. In its 4th Opinion Monitoring Report, the Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities criticised the lack of political consens

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The International Bar Association's Bar Issues Commission is set to stage the 12th Annual Bar Leaders' Conference in Belfast this May. The event will bring together delegates from around the globe to discuss the latest developments affecting the legal profession.

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A fresh PSNI investigation into the 1972 murder of Jean Smyth-Campbell would not meet the requirements of article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights, the High Court in Belfast has ruled. Margaret McQuillan, sister of Ms Smyth-Campbell, initiated judicial review proceedings against the PSNI

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The UK government must fulfil its commitment to hold a public inquiry into the 1989 murder of solicitor Pat Finucane, Ireland's Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan (pictured) has said. Mr Flanagan delivered the annual Pat Finucane lecture in Belfast's Europa Hotel last night.

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The Northern Ireland Executive has breached its statutory duties by failing to implement an Irish language strategy, the High Court in Belfast has ruled. Mr Justice Paul Maguire ruled in favour of a judicial review brought by Irish language group Conradh na Gaeilge, who said the Executive had not ma

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