Supreme Court: Fianna Fáil member has locus standi to challenge constitutionality of female representation law
A man who brought proceedings to challenge the constitutionality of a provision of the Electoral Act 1997 after he was told by Fianna Fáil that the candidate in his constituency “must be a woman” has successfully appealed the finding that he did not have locus standi to bring the challenge.
Published 22 March 2019
Toni Fitzgerald-Gunn, associate partner at Worthingtons Solicitors in Belfast, writes on the recent equal pay case involving supermarket Asda.
Published 18 February 2019
The Government's strategy to tackle domestic, sexual and gender-based violence is set to be reviewed to examine its success.
Published 31 January 2019
The collapse of the Northern Ireland Executive two years ago has held back efforts to improve gender diversity within the legal profession, barristers have told Irish Legal News.
Published 18 January 2019
Diversity in the legal profession is declining because fewer state-educated pupils are going into law than in the past, according to Cherie Blair QC.
Published 16 January 2019
Leading members of the judiciary and legal profession came together to discuss diversity in legal representation after a Belfast screening of RBG, a new documentary on the life and work of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the US Supreme Court.
Published 11 January 2019