Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire The UK government is considering legislation to protect elderly British soldiers from prosecution for their actions during the Troubles, the News Letter reports.
Prison officers in Northern Ireland are set to be fitted with Body Worn Cameras by March in a bid to improve prison safety. The move follows a successful pilot in parts of the Northern Ireland prison estate.
The final report of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry has been published. Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden thanked Sir Anthony Hart, a retired High Court judge, for his work on the inquiry, which was set up in 2013.
Justice Minister Claire Sugden Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden and Ireland's Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald have condemned the shooting of a police officer in Belfast last night.
Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden has announced additional PSNI funding to tackle cybercrime. The funding will provide for the PSNI's £167,000 plan to introduce two purpose-built mobile cyber labs - allowing officers and technical staff to capture evidence ‘at the scene’ - to go
Pinsent Masons has been ranked second in LGBT charity Stonewall's Top 100 Employers list for its commitment to workplace diversity. It is the ninth consecutive year in which Pinsent Masons has been ranked in the list.
Michael Johnston, managing partner of Carson McDowell Carson McDowell saw its turnover increase by 25 per cent to £13.5 million in 2016 following a successful year across all business areas, the firm has announced.
Pictured (l-r): Brian Dolaghan, Invest NI; Alan Hunter, Law Society Chief Executive; Brian Speers, DRS Chair; Anne Beggs, Invest NI; Colum Eastwood MLA; and Michael Bready, Mediator/Barrister The mediation service administered by the Law Society of Northern Ireland has received accreditation from th
Facebook has succeeded in its appeal against an award of £20,000 in compensation, which the High Court held it was liable to pay to a convicted sex offender for misuse of private information. In finding that Facebook could only be held liable for a limited 10-day period in which information about t
The number of Northern Ireland businesses brought before the Industrial Tribunal increased by 28 per cent last year, The Irish News reports. Figures released following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request show 3,030 cases were brought in the year to 31 March 2016, relating to unfair dismissal, wag
Matthew Jury, managing partner at McCue & Partners Lawyers acting for the families of the three off-duty Scottish soldiers who were killed by the Provisional IRA in 1971 have threatened legal action to bring their killers to justice.