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The Council of The Bar of Ireland is the representative body for barristers who are members of the Law Library in Ireland. Tweets Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm
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The Bar of Ireland Jun 5
Member Reminder: The 9th annual Employment Bar Association dinner is taking place on June 21st with tickets selling fast. Please see link below for more details:
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The Bar of Ireland May 31
Packed seminar room yesterday evening with a great lineup of speakers for the CPD event: Irish and American Rule of Law
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The Bar of Ireland May 30
The has recently launched a new podcast series. Hosted by Angie Mezzetti, the first episode focuses on the legal implications of the outcome of the divorce referendum with guests Ferga McGloughlin BL and Angela Collins BL.
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LeonaOCallaghan May 25
Thank you to for inviting me to speak today. Knowing that you are opening the door to hear the voices of survivors and welcoming feedback is appreciated more than you know ❤️
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Central purpose of today’s conference is to hear the voices not ordinarily heard in a forum like this. The Bar is listening and our door is open Sean Gillane SC
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Sean Gillane SC speaks about unprecedented focus on the criminal trial in last year & the effect on victims.High profile trials bring a sharp spotlight which then moves on without change, we now have an opportunity to ensure that this is not the case for sexual offence cases
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
“I want to be able to tell survivors that the right and safe thing to do is to report their abuse. By making the process fairer, more crimes will be reported and our streets will be safer” ⁦⁦⁦
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Brave talk by ⁦⁩; forever grateful for healing and closure from the legal system but calling on profession to play their part in the delays in cases coming to trial, delays leave survivors in pain
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Immigration and asylum law are the largest areas by far in Ireland in terms of judicial reviews currently,with the High Court holding list c200 judicial review cases on article 17, David Conlan Smyth SC, from the EU Bar Association tells
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
David Conlan Smyth SC , EU Bar Association shares his insights on the Dublin system and how it is at the heart of the conflict in European politics today-it is clear that reform is desperately needed
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Helen Callanan SC speaking on behalf of ⁦⁦⁦⁩ on the regulated professions and the approach of regulators to seek the cooperation of professionals where a complaint of misconduct is made against them
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Jane McGowan BL; Volume and complexity of disclosure has increased; must invest additional resources in ⁦Gardaí, DPP and counsel ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Chair of ⁦⁦⁩ Jane McGowan BL; only way to protect criminal justice system is to invest in it; calls for funding of pre-trial hearings outside Dublin to ensure cases can proceed on fixed trial date to ensure rights of accused & victims
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
One year on from its introduction, ⁦⁩ Chair of Employment Bar Association outlines how everyone from Prince Harry to GAA players have successfully used legislation to protect their
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Delighted to present our keynote and all speakers with beautiful ‘Dearcan’ sculptures by local Laois artist
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Eileen Barrington SC reflects on ⁦⁩ talk;to hear plaintiff’s perspective sheds a light on proposed alternatives to medical negligence litigation
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Denis McCullough SC speaking on lump sum payments and periodic payments in personal injury and medical negligence cases
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
John Rogers SC speaks on issue of judicial independence,citing tenure & security of salary as critical;referring to changes in judicial salary following 2011 referendum as a ‘great error’. Quoting Alexander Hamilton“Power on a man’s subsistence amounts to power on his will.”
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Despite a huge victory in court ⁦⁩ still looking for answers; we must never forget the human cost in these cases
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The Bar of Ireland May 25
Vicky assuring of her very positive experience of the legal profession but a better focus on plaintiff advocacy to remove some of the mystique of the Courtroom would greatly assist ⁦
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