KRW Law



KRW Law appoints Chris Fox as assistant solicitor

Human rights firm KRW Law has announced the appointment of Chris Fox as an assistant solicitor.

Published 4 November 2019

Mail on Sunday apologises for allegations against KRW Law and Madden & Finucane

The Mail on Sunday has publicly apologised for an article which made false allegations against KRW Law and Madden & Finucane.

Published 7 October 2019

Lawyers for Syrian man living in Turkey request expedited Irish visa

Lawyers for a Syrian national seeking to relocate from Turkey to Ireland have asked the Department of Foreign Affairs to intervene and expedite his visa application.

Published 13 September 2019

KRW Law launches defamation proceedings on behalf of Gemma O'Doherty

Belfast firm KRW Law is representing controversial former journalist Gemma O'Doherty in a defamation action against Village Magazine and its editor, the magazine has said.

Published 29 August 2019

KRW Law appoints Colin O'Neill as senior solicitor

Belfast-based KRW Law has announced the appointment of Colin O'Neill as a senior solicitor.

Published 13 August 2019

Lawyers for Jim Mansfield jnr issue defamation proceedings against RTÉ

Lawyers for Irish businessman Jim Mansfield jnr have issued defamation proceedings against RTÉ in connection with an episode of Prime Time.

Published 9 August 2019

Sister of murder victim Irene White launches lawsuit against her estranged husband

The sister of murder victim Irene White has launched a lawsuit against her late sister's estranged husband in connection with her estate.

Published 1 August 2019

Niall Murphy named Lawyer of the Week

Belfast solicitor Niall Murphy, partner at KRW Law, has been named "Lawyer of the Week" by The Times.

Published 13 June 2019

Family of teenager murdered in 1973 to sue Ministry of Defence over stolen gun

The family of a teenager who was murdered by loyalists in 1973 have launched a lawsuit against the Ministry of Defence (MoD) for alleged misfeasance in public office and negligence.

Published 13 May 2019

Lawyers or prisoners 'could launch legal action' over reports of prison surveillance

Irish lawyers and prisoners could take legal action over reports of covert surveillance in Irish prisons, human rights lawyer Kevin Winters has warned.

Published 7 May 2019