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.
The drunk driver who killed Enda Dolan, the 18-year-old first-year architecture student at Queen's University, has had his sentence increased by two years after the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) challenged the overly generous mitigation in the man’s sentencing. In a reference by the DPP un
Northern Ireland's power-sharing Northern Ireland Executive has collapsed, making fresh elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly inevitable. It follows the resignation last Tuesday of deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, who said he was resigning because First Minister Arlene Foster would not
The Law Society of Northern Ireland has warned solicitors to be wary of fraudulent phone calls purporting to be from the Trade Mark Office. Members of the legal profession have reported calls from fraudsters seeking to obtain contact information and/or bank account details.
Attorney General John Larkin QC Northern Ireland's Attorney General John Larkin QC spoke about religious freedom at the launch of a new resource from the Evangelical Alliance and Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship, the News Letter reports.
Belfast firm Tughans has topped the Experian Deal Review and Advisor League Table for the second year in a row. According to Experian's latest report, Tughans was the most active legal advisor in terms of volume last year, participating in over 30 per cent of NI deals - 38 per cent more than the nex
Northern Ireland's legal aid spend has come under criticism from MLAs, who say little progress has been made in reducing costs. The Northern Ireland Assembly's public accounts committee (PAC) has published a new report into Managing Legal Aid, following up on a 2011 report.