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Following a successful pilot, Belfast firm Carson McDowell has announced it is partnering with the Citizenship Foundation to extend its legal education schools programme across Northern Ireland.

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Victims of child abuse have called on Northern Ireland political parties and the UK government to address the failure to implement the recommendations of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry report. After a demonstration at Stormont today, abuse survivors will hand in a 30-page document and le

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Mr Justice Turlough O'Donnell, a former High Court and Court of Appeal judge, has died. The prominent late judge, buried yesterday, sat on the bench between 1971-90 and subsequently became a part-time member of Ireland's Law Reform Commission.

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Belfast solicitors are set to raise cash for a mental health charity by playing golf. The Belfast Solicitors' Association (BSA) has launched its annual Golf Day, which this year will raise cash for Inspire wellbeing (formerly Niamh), one of the longest established mental health and learning disabili

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Belfast man Jack McCullogh has been declared innocent of the murder of a young girl after the oldest cold case trial in US judicial history. Belfast-born Mr McCullogh was indicted in 2011 on charges of the kidnap, rape and murder of seven-year-old Maria Ridulph in 1957, and was convicted in the subs

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