PII premiums dropped by 8.4% in the year under review – the first reduction in six years.
The Law Society provided 17 submissions in response to public consultations on law reform and access-tojustice issues.
35 money-laundering reports were made to An Garda Síochána in accordance with the provisions of the Criminal Justice Act 2011.
Over 18,000 participants attended Law Society Skillnet and Law Society Professional Training initiatives during the year.
The Law Society's Family Courts Reform submission on the Family Courts Bill included 52 recommendations.
13 solicitors were referred to the Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal by the Regulation of Practice Committee during the year.
The In-house and Public Sector Committee published its sixth extensive Guide for In-house Solicitors in May 2023.
Over 3,000 copies of the Solicitor’s Guide to Professional Conduct (fourth edition) were sent to firms by the Guidance and Ethics Committee.
13,800 students from 154 schools nationwide signed up for the Law Society’s new TY Law Module.
A total of 357,505 unique visitors viewed Gazette.ie during the year. 70% came from Ireland, 9.5% from the UK, and 4.5% from the US.
The 20th Annual Human Rights Conference took place in November 2022. It dealt with bullying, harassment and sexual harassment in the workplace.
A record-breaking 340 entries were received for the Justice Media Awards in June 2023, from national and local media.
The Law Society’s facilities management team delivered the logistics on 1,097 events, supporting more than 350,000 visitors to Blackhall Place.