Department of Justice launches consultation on asylum accommodation standards

The Department of Justice has launched a consultation on draft accommodation standards for asylum se ...

Published 17 August 2018

#InPictures: FitzGerald Solicitors complete 640km charity cycle

Three solicitors from Cork firm FitzGerald Solicitors have completed a gruelling 640-kilometre, fo ...

Published 17 August 2018

Margaret Cordial: Recent court decisions are a welcome development for owners and occupiers

Margaret Cordial Margaret Cordial, solicitor at AMOSS Solicitors in Dublin, writes on a series ...

Published 17 August 2018

England: Record low number of prosecutions while crime reports up

A record low number of people were prosecuted or issued an out-of-court disposal in England and Wale ...

Published 17 August 2018

US: Police who tasered 87-year-old woman with dementia say their actions were 'justified'

An 87-year-old woman who was cutting dandelions near her home in rural Georgia was tasered by police ...

Published 17 August 2018

And finally... traviata torture

A woman who tormented her neighbours by blasting opera music for 16 years has been arrested. Eva N ...

Published 17 August 2018

Brexit leads to spike in demand for immigration advice in Northern Ireland

Brexit has led to a spike in demand for immigration advice in Northern Ireland, according to a new i ...

Published 16 August 2018

Offenders managed through Public Protection Arrangements less likely to reoffend

Offenders being managed through Public Protection Arrangements Northern Ireland (PPANI) have a signi ...

Published 16 August 2018

Pro-choice academics set out legal analysis of abortion bill

Máiréad Enright Four legal academics with pro-choice group Lawyers for Choic ...

Published 16 August 2018

Scotland: Judge dismisses legal challenge against law approving abortions at home

Lady Wise Campaigners who claimed that Scottish legislation allowing woman to terminate pregnan ...

Published 16 August 2018