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# Lawyers

Last year
Pep Guardiola backing lawyers to ‘do the job’ for Manchester City
All time
Lawyers leave Trump's impeachment team ahead of trial
Court of Appeal upholds restriction on identifying mother who smothered her child
Filibustering of Judicial Appointments Bill 'led by lawyers' says Ross
Concern at increasing levels of 'aggression, threats and violence' towards barristers
Lawyers pen short stories to raise money for Ireland's homeless
Cousins jailed for 'fatal burglary' have prison sentences increased after originals found to be too lenient
Domestic violence, financial demands and pressure: Barrister on giving free legal advice
Lawyers for Molly Corbett and Thomas Martens seek new trial
Paul Williams denies he was "puppet for the guards" when meeting woman who made McCabe allegations
Former Brazil leader Lula gets nearly 10 years in jail for accepting bribe
Ross Barkley victim of 'unprovoked attack' - lawyers
Brad Pitt accuses Angelina Jolie of risking children's privacy
Brexit has led to 'a tsunami' of new solicitors in Ireland from the UK
'Playing devil's advocate' - the lawyers who defend people accused of indefensible crimes
Judge throws out prisoner's $2 million toilet lawsuit - with a poem
Polish court denies statutory rape extradition for Oscar-winner Roman Polanski
New York lawyer being sued formally demands Trial by Combat
'Almost all' of the RTÉ story Denis O'Brien tried to block is now out. Here it is...
This 1910 story proves that some people REALLY love their dogs
Oscar Pistorius described as a deceitful witness who has 'anxiety on call'
Lawyers warn that plans to close four Dublin courts threaten 'the fabric of Ireland's justice system'
Ministers agree reform of legal services, with new regulator to consult on ‘one-stop-shops’
Column: Yes, State legal spending is significant – but it’s an investment in our democracy
Noeline Blackwell
US soldier to admit Afghan killings to escape death penalty
Irish legal challenge against UK nuclear power plant
Majority of solicitors don’t expect legal change to cut fees
Michaela murder trial: Witness denies lying to protect his son
Shatter calls on legal system to engage "constructively" on law reform
Former attorney general raises fears over Shatter’s legal reform
Here’s how much the Government spent on legal fees last year...
Over 100 cases affected as Shatter questions legality of lawyers' strike
Criminal courts may stop hearings as lawyers begin strike
Shatter hopes lawyers will call off 'extraordinary' strike action
Column: A view to a kill – Why lawyers and judges should witness executions
Andrew Cohen
Legal aid lawyers have fees cut by another 10 per cent
Poll: Who do you hold accountable for the banking crisis?
Facebook used as evidence in 20 per cent of US divorces