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A community support model has been put in place by bodies across the legal sector to support Afghan judiciary and their families, targeted by the Taliban. The model involves three pillars, providing grassroots support in the area of housing and accommodation, funding and collegiate support.
Whether you are starting your career at the Bar, or seeking to develop your practice, The Bar of Ireland has a suite of supports and services to assist you in your practice. Our offering continues to respond to the changing demands of the profession and clients.
Creating a fairer, more equitable environment for all members of the independent referral bar is a key priority of the Council. It aims to ensure…
Barristers have been practising in Ireland for over 450 years. In 1541, The Honorable Society of King’s Inns was established when a lease was granted…
The Bar of Ireland’s “Look into Law” Transition Year Programme is an exciting initiative aimed at increasing students’ awareness of the work of The…
The Bar of Ireland, and Law Library members have a proud tradition of working in the community, bringing its legal knowledge, volunteering heritage…
Integrity is a defining value of the Bar of Ireland. Good corporate and organisational governance forms part of that framework and serves to give…