Law Library In Plain Sight: Commissioning a Portrait of
After studying Law at the King’s Inns, Mella Carroll was called to the Bar in 1957. In 1976 she was called to the Bar in Northern Ireland and in 1977 became the first practising female senior counsel and for a period was the only female SC practising in the Irish state.
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Law Library History of the Law Library
(7 days ago) The Law Library Committee, though informal, appears to have been a busy one, since some regular work to administer the Library must have been necessary. The ultimate authority on matters of interest to the profession, however, was a general meeting of the Bar. Many such meetings were held and were convened and chaired, at least until the end of
Law Library International Legal Services
(Just Now) Choosing Ireland as location to litigate in. Ireland for Law is a coordinated International Legal Services Strategy that brings together the Government, The Bar of Ireland, Law Society of Ireland, along with the State’s premier enterprise and development agency – the IDA.
Law Library Transition Years Look into Law with The Bar
(6 days ago) The Bar of Ireland’s annual Look into Law TY Programme for Transition Year students kicks off today with a schedule of recorded webcasts and content aimed at giving TY students nationwide a first-hand look at the life of a barrister, and how the justice system works. Now in its 6th year, the Programme usually has … Continued
Law Library Transition Years Look into Law with The Bar
(4 days ago) Transition Years Look into Law with The Bar of Ireland in a new online model. 22 February 2021. Over 10,000 students in 320 schools to take part, 10 times higher than normal. The Bar of Ireland’s annual Look into Law TY Programme for Transition Year students kicks off today with a schedule of recorded webcasts and content aimed at giving TY
Law Library Specialist Bar Associations
(9 days ago) The Sports Law Bar Association of Ireland is an all-Ireland association of barristers with specialist sports law knowledge and practices. It aims to increase awareness of sports law and support barristers in providing the most up-to-date advice to sports law clients. Find out more…
Law Library Claire Hogan
(Just Now) Claire holds a Ph.D. in Constitutional Law from Trinity College Dublin. She is the co-director of, and lecturer on, the Advanced Diploma in Law and Education in the Honorable Society of King’s Inns. She also lectures in Constitutional Law on the Diploma in Law in the Law Society.
Law Library Alexander White
(6 days ago) Alex White is a Senior Counsel and a mediator. He advises and represents individual, public, and corporate clients. He has a general civil law practice, specialising in employment law (statutory bodies, High Court appeals and judicial review) as well as in personal injuries (employer liability), data protection and commercial litigation.
Law Library Michelle Smith de Bruin
(1 days ago) Michelle is an experienced barrister, practising primarily in civil law. She is recognised, in particular, for her expertise in private international law matters, the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, EU law and the law applicable to disputes following Brexit.
Law Library Maria Watson
(3 days ago) Maria Watson is a Barrister practicing in Civil and Criminal Law with a specialist interest in Medical Law. Prior to joining the Bar Maria spent ten years working in healthcare; five years at St. Vincent’s University Hospital and five years at St. James’s Hospital, which lends to …
Law Library About
(2 days ago) The Law Library has a proud tradition of bringing its legal knowledge, volunteering heritage & capacity to a wide range of initiatives. History. Founded in 1897, The Bar of Ireland has a long-standing history representing the barrister profession in Ireland. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
Law Library Join the Law Library
(4 days ago) The Bar of Ireland is a collective structure made up of 2,150 members, which facilitates the sharing of knowledge, experience and administrative resources through a structure known as the Law Library. Membership of the collective structure offers numerous advantages to the sole practitioner. Access to a vast legal library, legal databases and professional research support … Continued
Law Library Irish Justice Community Response to Afghan
(3 days ago) The Irish State is currently securing safe passage and protection for a number of Afghan female judges and their families arising from the dangers they would otherwise face by remaining in Afghanistan. Their arrival here is imminent. As we know the position of female legal professionals in particular, judges and lawyers, is precarious under the Taliban … Continued
Law Library Niall Handy
(9 days ago) Developments in European Environmental Law. Mar 26, 2014 Irish Planning and Environmental Law Journal (2014) 21 (1) I.P.E.L.J. 37. This Spring 2014 update considers two significant decisions of the European courts, and outlines notable developments from the EC environment Council of Ministers.
Law Library Ruth Cannon
(9 days ago) My practice in the area of property and probate law includes both litigation and advisory work. Litigation. I have extensive experience of acting as Junior Counsel in the Circuit and Superior Courts in landlord and tenant, probate and property law disputes including but not confined to ejectment proceedings, boundary disputes, adverse possession cases, easements cases and claims under the
Law Library Kevin Bell
(1 days ago) Advanced Diploma in Applied Employment Law – King’s Inns. Junior Counsel specialising in the areas of employment and planning law. I regularly represent employers and developers before the Superior Courts, the Labour Court, and in dealings with Local Authorities and An Bord Pleanála.
Law Library Louise Reilly
(1 days ago) Louise Reilly is a barrister who specialises in sports law and international arbitration. She represents clients in regulatory matters before domestic and international tribunals. Louise also acts as arbitrator. She is a member of the ICSID Panel of Arbitrators in Washington DC nominated by Ireland, is the Irish member of the ICC International
Law Library Niamh Ryan
(8 days ago) Tax Law; Circuits: Dublin Eastern Midland Memberships: Bar of Northern Ireland Other Memberships: Irish Tax Institute Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners Direct Professional Access: Provided Contact Form. Name (Required) Name. Email (Required) Email. …
Law Library David Byrnes
(3 days ago) Criminal Law He has advised and appeared for adult and juvenile clients in courts of first instance and appeals (up to and including the Court of Appeal) in a wide range of criminal law matters including bail, public order, domestic violence, theft and fraud, non-fatal offences, misuse of drugs, criminal damage, rape, regulatory offences.
Law Library In the Community
(9 days ago) Understanding how the law translates into the lives of young adults is an important part in ensuring that the work of the courts, administration of justice and democratic institutions are . Through debates, webinars and online media, we seek to excite young adults about the relevance of the legal system.
Law Library Ms Patricia Kelly SC
(9 days ago) Patricia is a signatory to the Public Interest Law Alliance Pro-bono pledge, since 2020. In addition, she is a panel-barrister to The Bar of Ireland’s Voluntary Assistance Scheme, which provides legal assistance to NGOs, Civil Society Groups and their members. Board Member: Inishowen Fisherman’s Co-op (2016 – …
Law Library Litigation Services
(1 days ago) Litigation services provided by barristers Of the range of Legal Services barristers provide, their specialist advocacy skills in a courtroom setting is a defining skillset and attribute of members of The Bar of Ireland. Barristers are independent of the Court and other interests, to ensure that clients are exclusively advocated for. Barristers undertake continuous professional … Continued
Law Library THE TROUBLED YOUTH JUSTICE SYTEM: Why no
(7 days ago) Infamously, section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006 places the power to suspend a sentence of imprisonment on a statutory footing, extinguishing the common law power to do so. Accordingly, outside the statute there is ‘no scope for a “parallel jurisdiction” to be operated.’ This matter was definitively settled in DPP (Garda Purtill) v Murray, in which the High Court answered in the
Law Library Find a Mediator/Arbitrator
(3 days ago) Find a Mediator/Arbitrator. We have gathered these names and contact details and put them on this website to help solicitors, in-house counsel, and other parties to contact members of The Bar of Ireland. The database may be used for this purpose, however, no one may extract or re-use the database or any substantial part of it, including for any
Law Library Contact
(4 days ago) Law Library members and The Bar of Ireland administrative offices are based in the following locations: The Four CourtsInns QuayDublin 7D07 N972 Tel: +353 1 872 0622 Distillery Building145-151 Church StreetDublin 7D07 WDX8 Reception – Tel: +353 1 817 4900 Cork Bar LibraryCourthouse Chambers27-29 Washington StreetCorkT12 WN8F Tel: +353 21 427 8300 Church Street Building158-159 Church
Law Library Finn Keyes
(8 days ago) Contact Form. This form is made available to solicitors & in-house counsel for professional purposes only, and to members of Approved Bodies for the purposes of Direct Professional Access. Contact. Mobile. 087-227 4851. Email. [email protected]lawlibrary.ie. Address. Law Library Four Courts Dublin 7.
Law Library Pro-Bono Services
(9 days ago) Pro-Bono Services. Established in 2004, the Voluntary Assistance Scheme (VAS) is the formal pro-bono vehicle of The Bar of Ireland, matching the needs of NGO’s & civil society groups with the volunteering expertise at the Bar. The Bar of Ireland recognises that in order for any legal system to operate at its optimum level, access must be
Law Library Fiona Gallagher
(3 days ago) Fiona Gallagher is an experienced junior counsel with a general civil law practice, and a particular emphasis on medical negligence, personal injury and land/property law. Within the medical negligence field, Fiona has acted in numerous complex cases involving birth injuries, cancer misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis, substandard treatment and
Law Library Keith Rooney
(Just Now) Keith is one of the growing number of barristers specialising in the new field of Personal Insolvency Law. Keith was called to the Bar in 2010 having studied in University College Cork and Dublin Business School. Keith is an advocate for alternative dispute resolution and is a qualified mediator. Keith regularly represents large financial
Law Library James Rooney
(Just Now) James is a practising barrister specialising in public law, particularly childcare, employment, immigration, non-discrimination law, and constitutional law. Prior to coming down, James completed his PhD at the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin for which he received scholarships from both the Government of Ireland and Trinity College Dublin.
Chief Justice’s Working Group Access to Justice
(7 days ago) Equality before the law is a fundamental principle in a democratic state. To achieve it, there must be access to justice. To that end, a Working Group on Access to Justice has been established by the Chief Justice (‘the Group’) which currently includes the following members:
Law Library Discovery at the Crossroads: Tobin and the
(7 days ago) Analysis of recent developments in the law of discovery, including the judgments of the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court in Tobin v Minister for Defence  IECA 230,  IESC 57 and the recent report of the Civil Justice Review Group, chaired by Mr Justice Peter Kelly.. Finn Keyes BL; A version of this article also appears in the Irish Law Times (2021) 39(9) 130″)
Law Library Elizabeth Enright
(5 days ago) Elizabeth is a former Tutor in the area of Family Law, at Trinity College Dublin, The Law Society of Ireland and Dublin Institute of Technology. Pro-bono & Voluntary Elizabeth continues to provide legal assistance to NGOs, Civil Society Groups and their members.
Law Library Ruadhán Ó Ciaráin
(5 days ago) Contact Form. This form is made available to solicitors & in-house counsel for professional purposes only, and to members of Approved Bodies for the purposes of Direct Professional Access. Contact. Mobile. 089-703 8823. Email. [email protected]lawlibrary.ie. Address. Law Library Four Courts Dublin 7.
Law Library Niall Fahy
(8 days ago) He is a former legal researcher in the Law Reform Commission, having been the principal legal researcher on the Commission’s project on Section 117 of the Succession Act 1965, culminating the Commission’s publication of its Report on Section 117 of the Succession Act 1965: Aspects of Provision for Children (LRC 118 – 2017).
Law Library Alternative Dispute Resolution
(4 days ago) A significant number of members of the Law Library are accredited mediators, and all barristers can act as arbitrators. Our members regularly accept instructions to advise on the appropriateness of alternative dispute resolution, to represent parties at arbitrations or mediations, or to act as an independent, appointed arbitrator or mediators
Law Library The Denham Fellowship
(7 days ago) In addition, the Fellowship offers waived Law Library Fees for the first four years of practice at The Bar of Ireland, including the Entrance Fee. Maintenance. The Denham Fellowship Board undertakes to provide to each Denham Fellow an annual stipend of €6,000 for a period of five years beginning on commencement of the Barrister-at-Law degree
Law Library DCU unveils commissioned portrait of Ms
(4 days ago) A trailblazer for women in law and society, there is a great affection for Mella at DCU. We are proud, through this commission, and those recently unveiled in the Accenture Women on Walls initiative at DCU, to showcase role models to our students.” Chairperson of the Bar of Ireland, Maura McNally SC said,
Law Library Roland Rowan
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Law Library Pat J Barrett
(4 days ago) He lectured in Constitutional Law – Institutions of Government in UCC in 2015 – 2016 and is currently lecturing in Cásanna Dlí agus an Ghaeilge in UCC. Pro-bono & Voluntary. Pat volunteered with the Northside Community Law Centre in 2007 – 2008 and has been a volunteer with the Free Legal Advice Centre since 2007.
Law Library Niall Nolan
(9 days ago) Mental Health Law Update – Paper delivered at the request of the Mental Health Commission at it’s Legal Representative Seminar, April 2021 “The Long and Winding Road: Where is the Supreme Court sending us?” – Lecture delivered to the Attorney General’s Office reviewing Supreme Court Determinations from 2015-2018, September 2018