Professor Tobias Lock to advise Scottish Parliament committee

Professor Tobias Lock of Maynooth University Department of Law has been appointed constitutional advisor to a Scottish Parliament committee.

Published 9 April 2019

Barristers from north and south discuss challenges of Brexit at annual meeting

Representatives of the barrister profession on both sides of the border focused on the impact of Brexit on the legal and justice sectors at the seventh annual Joint North South Bar Meeting.

Published 8 April 2019

Senior EU lawyers welcomed to Dublin for major conference on Brexit and commercial law

Senior lawyers from across Europe have been welcomed to Dublin today to address the EU Bar Association's (EUBA) annual conference.

Published 5 April 2019

Arthur Cox hosts DCU Brexit Institute conference addressed by Mary McAleese

Arthur Cox welcomed the DCU Brexit Institute to its offices for a major Brexit conference addressed by former president Mary McAleese.

Published 1 April 2019

BLM to expand Dublin office in anticipation of post-Brexit demand

Insurance risk and commercial law specialists BLM has announced plans to recruit 10 more lawyers in Dublin as it anticipates increased demand due to Brexit.

Published 20 March 2019

End to preferential treatment for EU lawyers qualifying in England and Wales under no-deal Brexit

Lawyers from EU jurisdictions would no longer be offered preferential treatment when qualifying in England and Wales if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal.

Published 20 March 2019

Vote Leave slapped with £40,000 fine for unsolicited text messages

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has fined Vote Leave Limited £40,000 for sending out thousands of unsolicited text messages in the run up to the 2016 EU referendum.

Published 20 March 2019

Professor Thom Brooks: Bercow's Brexit decision is legally correct

Thom Brooks, Dean and professor of law and government at Durham Law School, writes on the latest development in the Brexit saga.

Published 19 March 2019

Flanagan lands in New York for week of St Patrick's Day engagements

Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has arrived in New York to take part in a programme of events to mark St Patrick's Day.

Published 14 March 2019

Senior Irish lawyers to join Washington D.C. launch of Ireland's bid to become post-Brexit legal hub

Senior Irish lawyers will travel to Washington D.C. this week to launch a Government-backed initiative to promote Ireland as an international legal centre after Brexit.

Published 13 March 2019

Irish border to be excluded from tariffs imposed in event of no-deal Brexit

The UK Government has announced that temporary import tariffs to be imposed in the event of a no-deal Brexit will not apply to goods crossing from Ireland into Northern Ireland.

Published 13 March 2019

High Court judge says no-deal Brexit is not 'a point of law in exceptional public importance' in extradition cases

A "no deal Brexit" does not amount to a "point of law of exceptional public importance” that would require determination by the superior courts in extradition cases, a High Court judge has said.

Published 13 March 2019

Solicitors briefed on Brexit by civil servants at Belfast meeting

Northern Ireland solicitors were briefed on issues arising from Brexit at a special meeting hosted by the Law Society of Northern Ireland this week.

Published 6 March 2019

Lords EU Committee draws attention to social security rights of Irish and UK citizens post-Brexit

A House of Lords committee has drawn special attention to the UK-Ireland Convention on Social Security.

Published 6 March 2019

Eversheds Sutherland hosts David Davis in Dublin

Eversheds Sutherland hosted former Brexit secretary David Davis as the keynote speaker at its annual leaders' dinner in Dublin last night.

Published 1 March 2019