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The President of the Law Society, John P. Shaw, emphasised at the recent launch of the Calcutta Run that the whole objective of the initiative was to raise funds for both GOAL and the Peter McVerry Trust.
The Law Society of Ireland believes the low number of solicitors being appointed as judges to the High and Supreme Courts reveals that the system of selecting judges is prejudiced against solicitor candidates in favour of barristers.
Two of our PPC I trainees won the Brown-Mosten International Client Consultation Competition at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, 8-12 April 2014.
Dr Geoffrey Shannon has welcomed the Children and Family Relationships Bill as an attempt to reflect “the social reality of contemporary family life in Ireland".
Some accommodation is still available in Dromoland Castle for the Law Society of Ireland Annual Conference on 25-26 April, 2014.
The Commission has published an Issues Paper on Disclosure and Discovery in Criminal Cases and is seeking views from interested parties.
The Law Society of Ireland has expressed shock and concern at revelations of recording of telephone conversations to and from a large number of Garda stations...
Ken Murphy, Director General, was interviewed on RTE Radio 1’s Drivetime programme on 25 March 2014 about calls at Garda stations.
Another submission was made by the Law Society on the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Bill 2013 and Advanced Healthcare Directives in March 2014.
The dates for the High Court Civil Jury Actions for Easter Term 2014 have been changed.
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