'Exceptional demand' for fine art print signed by Mary Robinson and Susan Denham marking centenary of women in the legal profession

Hanna Fine Art – in association with the Irish Women Lawyers Association, The Bar of Ireland and Irish Legal News – is delighted to announce the forthcoming release of a fine art print of Irish artist Stephen McClean's original oil on canvas, “Entering the Four Courts”.

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Supreme Court to hear appeal in Dwyer data retention ruling next month

The Supreme Court will next month hear an appeal from the State against a High Court ruling that sections of the Communications (Retention of Data) Act 2011 are inconsistent with EU law, according to reports.

Published 12 November 2019

Employers should be banned from discriminating against people on basis of convictions

Employment legislation should be updated to prevent discrimination against people on the basis of past convictions, an Oireachtas committee has said.

Published 12 November 2019

Tom Simpson: The corporate veil does not provide immunity

LK Shields consultant Tom Simpson and trainee solicitor Katie Linden consider a recent Supreme Court judgment confirming that non-party funders can be held personally liable for costs.

Published 12 November 2019

Judge dismantles costs argument with eloquence and humour

A judge dismantled a legal argument about costs in a deportation case with remarkable eloquence and humour in a recently-published ruling.

Published 12 November 2019

Legal tech expert to launch book on online courts in Dublin

Legal tech expert Professor Richard Susskind OBE will launch his new book, Online Courts and the Future of Justice, in Dublin next week.

Published 12 November 2019

Most law firms exposed to threats from cybercriminals

Almost all of the UK's top 200 law firms have been exposed to threats from cybercriminals, new research shows.

Published 12 November 2019

And finally... bearing of the green

Police officers who have been trained to look out for "green tongues" as evidence of cannabis use have fallen for "junk science", lawyers have said.

Published 12 November 2019

Collapse of devolution rules out proposed cross-border crime agency

A new cross-border crime agency is not "practicably possible" due to the collapse of devolution in Northern Ireland, Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has said.

Published 11 November 2019

Mary Robinson commends FLAC for 50 years of providing access to justice

Former president Mary Robinson has commended legal rights group FLAC for creating a community of lawyers who pursue access to justice for those who need its services most.

Published 11 November 2019

Tories pledge to rewrite human rights laws to protect British soldiers from prosecution

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will today pledge to amend the Human Rights Act to bring an end to the "unfair trials" of soldiers over their conduct in Northern Ireland, according to reports.

Published 11 November 2019

Fine art print signed by Mary Robinson and Susan Denham to mark centenary of women in the legal profession

Hanna Fine Art – in association with the Irish Women Lawyers Association and Irish Legal News – is delighted to announce the forthcoming release of a fine art print of Irish artist Stephen McClean's original oil on canvas, “Entering the Four Courts”.

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