‘Hiring from within’ is the key to successful Legal IT

The legal industry is utilising more technology than ever before. Law firms understand that in order to be considered as a leader in their respective fields, incorporating both legal IT and the knowledge to power it is now essential.

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Edmund Honohan criticises Courts Service over failure to publish non-binding rulings

The Master of the High Court, Edmund Honohan SC, has criticised the Courts Service for not publishing his rulings on its website.

Published 6 December 2019

Tughans named Northern Ireland law firm of the year

Commercial law firm Tughans has been named Northern Ireland Law Firm of the Year by The Legal 500.

Published 6 December 2019

Arthur Cox named M&A Legal Adviser of the Year for Ireland

Arthur Cox has been named M&A Legal Adviser of the Year for Ireland at Mergermarket's European M&A Awards 2019 in London.

Published 6 December 2019

Scotland: SNP legal challenge to any refusal of indyref2 would 'likely fail'

A legal challenge by Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to the blocking of a second independence referendum would likely fail, according to a legal academic.

Published 6 December 2019

Irish Legal Heritage: A deathly premonition and the Felons Apprehension Act 1878

Edward “Ned” Kelly was a famous Irish-Australian bushranger and outlaw who was executed in November 1880. Part I and Part II of this series were published last month.

Published 6 December 2019

Rights watch

A round-up of human rights stories from around the world.

Published 6 December 2019

And finally... head case

A man with "CRIME PAYS" emblazoned in a tattoo across his forehead has been arrested again.

Published 6 December 2019

Stalled refugee bill would bring Ireland in line with international obligations

Stalled legislation on family reunification should be allowed to move forward in order for Ireland to meet its international obligations, a senator has said.

Published 5 December 2019

Legal and medical experts address packed conference on clinical negligence evidence

Legal and medical practitioners have addressed a packed-out conference in Belfast on the subject of expert evidence in clinical negligence cases.

Published 5 December 2019

Law students collecting Christmas gifts for Direct Provision families

A group of students at the King's Inns are collecting Christmas gifts for children and families in Direct Provision centres in Dublin.

Published 5 December 2019

Global Language Services Ltd

Technology in the 21st Century is providing us with the means to communicate our thoughts and ideas across the planet in a way that would have been unthinkable, even 10 years ago.

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