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.
Pictured (l-r): Marcus Orlovsky and John Kearns Commercial law firm Mills Selig launched a "bold new look" for the firm at a special event in Belfast yesterday.
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.
Jerry Buting Jerry Buting, star lawyer from hit documentary series Making a Murderer, will speak at the European Young Bar Association's Spring conference in Belfast.
The Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has dropped charges against the only man facing criminal prosecution over the Omagh bombing in 1998.
Pictured (l-r): Heather Weir, chief executive at NI Hospice; Karen Lilly, ward manager at NI Hospice; Cathy Warnock, solicitor at Edwards & Co; and Sharon Gorman, legacy officer at NI Hospice More than 40 Northern Ireland solicitors will waive their will-making fees in March in return for a dona
Northern Ireland's Justice Minister David Ford and Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill yesterday launched a report on the implementation of animal welfare legislation. The final report of the Review of the Implementation of the Welfare of Animals Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 makes 68 recommendati
Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry Northern Ireland's Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry is widely tipped to replace David Ford as Justice Minister after the May election.
More than 100 lawyers and media professionals convened in Stormont on Friday at a conference organised by the non-profit Belfast Solicitors Association (BSA).
Attorney General John Larkin QC Northern Ireland's Attorney General John Larkin QC has said a UK withdrawal from the European Union would not undermine the protection of human rights.
Steven Agnew, leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland Steven Agnew, leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland, has become the first MLA to call for the decriminalisation of cannabis, The Irish News reports.
Northern Ireland's Justice Minister David Ford has announced an increase in the number of offences that can be referred to the Court of Appeal due to unduly lenient sentences.
The UK government has applied for the use of a closed material procedure (CMP) in a court case before the High Court in Belfast. It marks the first application for a partially-secret hearing in the Northern Ireland courts.
House prices in Northern Ireland rose by nine per cent over the past year, according to the latest Ulster University House Price Index. The latest report shows the cost of an average property reached £154,685 in the last quarter of 2015, with the highest prices in South Belfast.