A new podcast, The Fifth Court, has been launched, to cover Irish legal issues. Presented by Peter Leonard BL and Mark Tottenham BL, editor of Decisis, the guest for the first episode is Mr Justice Gerard Hogan.
A new episode of The Bar of Northern Ireland’s Legal History Podcast Series is now available. Turlough Montague QC is joined by Sir Donnell Deeny and renowned local artist Colin Davidson as they provide an insight into how the design of the Bar Library evolved touching on the commissioning of
A new podcast series launched by students from the Irish Centre for Human Rights in NUI Galway aims to promote awareness of human rights violations perpetrated against women and children in Ireland's institutions in the 20th century. The five-episode series titled "My Country is My Prison" has been
The latest episode of the Bar of Northern Ireland's Legal History Podcast series has put the spotlight on the experiences of newly-called barristers. Presenter Fionola Meredith is joined by Amy Kerr, Alana Harty and Nick Lennon — members of the Young Bar Association — for a candid discus
Launched in late 2020, Activist Lawyer has just reached a milestone of 6,000 downloads of its leading legal podcast. Hosted by immigration solicitor, Sarah Henry, and co-hosted with Jack McClelland, a paralegal at Newry-based Granite Immigration Law, Activist Lawyer has grown from its first episode
Belfast human rights lawyer Ciaran O'Hare discusses his work in the area of judicial review and public law in Northern Ireland in the latest instalment of the Activist Lawyer podcast. In the new episode, Mr O'Hare discusses some of his most important legal cases, from a challenge concerning the leng
A new podcast hosted by a Northern Ireland immigration solicitor is aiming to reclaim the phrase "activist lawyer" in order to fight back against government attacks on the legal profession. Sarah Henry, director of immigration services at Newry-based Granite Immigration Law, launched the Activist La
A new podcast launched by academics at Dublin City University (DCU) will explore people's first-hand experiences with gardaí. The Policed in Ireland podcast is hosted by Dr Vicky Conway, one of Ireland's leading researchers on policing, and begins today on the Tortoise Shack.
Barrister and Fianna Fáil TD, Jim O'Callaghan, appeared on a podcast by The Currency to discuss the ongoing fallout of golfgate, his ambitions in politics, and his law career. Mr O'Callaghan also discussed that he is open to going into government with Sinn Féin, the identity crisi
A new six-part podcast features the "confession tape" of serial killer Kieran Patrick Kelly, the Irish Examiner reports. The Nobody Zone comes from RTÉ’s Documentary On One and Third Ear Productions in Denmark.