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# barrister - Friday 30 August, 2019

A no-deal Brexit will plunge Northern Ireland into turmoil, Belfast court hears

A legal bid to reverse a suspension of parliament has been launched in the North.

# barrister - Monday 28 November, 2016

Bar at centre of alleged 'no blacks allowed' incident concludes "that no discrimination occurred"

Three South African students were allegedly refused entry from Buskers Bar in Temple Bar on Sunday 5 June.

# barrister - Friday 22 July, 2016

High Court rules to allow former judge to 'earn his crust' as a barrister

White had been prevented from doing by a Bar Council rule that restricts the type of work former judges can perform.

# barrister - Thursday 23 June, 2016

Why isn't 'revenge porn' illegal in Ireland?

Recent cases have highlighted the gaps in the law around cyber harassment.

# barrister - Tuesday 3 May, 2016

Court hears of "terribly tragic consequences" in Dean Fitzpatrick trial

The closing speeches are being made in the murder trial. David Mahon has pleaded not guilty to murder.

# barrister - Tuesday 3 February, 2015

"I am a symphysiotomy survivor. I am glad it's all over"

A symphysiotomy case settled in the High Court for undisclosed fee

# barrister - Monday 23 June, 2014

Lawyers warn that plans to close four Dublin courts threaten 'the fabric of Ireland's justice system'

77 local courts around the country have closed down in the last six years – and now four Dublin courts are on the chopping block.

# barrister - Tuesday 24 September, 2013

'Imperative' to provide victims of serious crime with reasons for dropping cases

The Department of Justice has said that it is currently working on a bill that will strengthen the rights of victims and their families.

# barrister - Sunday 11 August, 2013

Column: Making threats over the internet is a crime, but sometimes anonymity is needed

Before we remove the masks of users online, we need to look at both the pros and cons of being anonymous on the internet, writes Fergal Crehan.

# barrister - Tuesday 29 January, 2013

Majority of solicitors don’t expect legal change to cut fees

An annual survey of law firms reveals broad cynicism in the industry about the effects of the Legal Services Bill.

# barrister - Saturday 16 June, 2012

# barrister - Tuesday 27 March, 2012

Barrister whose ad led to Mahon calls for an anti-corruption commission

Colm Mac Eochaidh has said the information revealed by the Mahon Tribunal has been priceless but has offered an idea for how such costs might be avoided in future.

# barrister - Saturday 14 January, 2012

Irish lawyer struck off for 'disgraceful misconduct'

Patrick Russell was disbarred by The King’s Inns after being found guilty of professional misconduct.

# barrister - Friday 4 March, 2011

From The42 Barrister views video tapes in Ricky Nixon investigation Nixon Tapes?

Barrister views video tapes in Ricky Nixon investigation

Under-fire super-scout has not been in contact with lawyer and his whereabouts remain uncertain.