Northern Ireland

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Pictured (l-r): Ellen Forester, Nichola Coghlan and James Donnelly Two trainee solicitors from Belfast firm Tughans will fly the flag for Northern Ireland in Canada after winning the regional heat of the Brown-Mosten International Client Consultation Competition.

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Olivia O'Kane, chair of the Belfast Solicitors Association The non-profit Belfast Solicitors Association (BSA) is hosting a pub quiz later this month in support of local homelessness charity the Welcome Organisation.

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Michael King, associate in dispute resolution and qualified data protection practitioner at Cleaver Fulton Rankin Belfast firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin (CFR) has been awarded the Cyber Essentials Certification, a UK government and industry-backed scheme which helps organisations protect themselves agai

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Two members of Belfast firm Carson McDowell's charity committee have visited Daisy Lodge, Cancer Fund for Children’s therapeutic short-break facility. Trainee solicitors Harry Robinson and Zara Treacy heard how the money raised from an abseil in 2015 has helped make a difference to local families

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Patrick Corrigan, Northern Ireland programme director at Amnesty International Sunday marked 18 years since the Good Friday Agreement was signed, forming the basis for the Northern Ireland peace process in the 1990s and the eventual establishment of the Northern Ireland Assembly.

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Paul McBride, partner and head of the Belfast office at Pinsent Masons International law firm Pinsent Masons has been named Law Firm of the Year at the Legal Business Awards.

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Michael Johnston, managing partner of Carson McDowell Belfast firm Carson McDowell advised on nine major transactions worth £35 million in the first quarter of the year, the highest total value of any local law firm.

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The Queen's University Belfast (QUB) Human Rights Centre and King's College London will co-host an all-day event next week examining the landmark European Court of Human Rights judgment in Ireland v UK (18 January 1978). The event stars in QUB's Canada Room at 10:30am on Thursday 14 April and runs u

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Andrea McIlroy Rose, partner and head of UK retail property at Pinsent Masons International law firm Pinsent Masons advised on the sale of two of Northern Ireland's best-known retail parks - Junction One and The Outlet - for more than £40 million.

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