An organisation supporting Ashers Bakery Company in its appeal against a high-profile discrimination ruling has claimed combined legal costs in the case have now exceeded £100,000. Simon Calvert, spokesperson for The Christian Institute, told the Belfast Telegraph: "So far, the case has generated l
A judge of the High Court has criticised the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) for not taking its discovery obligations seriously in a civil case brought by John Flynn. Lawyers for Mr Flynn, a survivor of two failed UVF attacks, said they have already established an admission from the PSNI t
In an address to the Northern Ireland Assembly's Justice Committee yesterday, President of the UK Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger, discussed developments since the court's establishment and the importance of modernising the justice systems of the UK.
Northern Ireland's Justice Minister David Ford has named the winners of the Justice in the Community Awards 2016. The awards are open to individuals or groups working in the voluntary, community and statutory sectors to support the delivery of justice in Northern Ireland.
Staff at Belfast law firm McCartan Turkington Breen (MTB) have raised £350 for Cancer Research UK. The donation was raised by staff participating in a dress down day with the end total being boosted by the firm.
Justice Minister David Ford Northern Ireland's Justice Minister David Ford has urged against complacency on prison reform while speaking at an event to mark the formal end of the prison reform programme.
Victoria O’Hara, associate at Carson McDowell, showed the firm's support for ChildLine at a recent event to mark its 30th anniversary. Ms O'Hara joined supporters and volunteers at a special event at Stormont, which was hosted by Dame Esther Rantzen.