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Review process Articles are reviewed by the editor, editorial staff and members of the Editorial Board of The Bar Review. Expert opinion may occasionally be sought from an outside reviewer, where this is deemed necessary to the review process. All material will be evaluated for publication on the understanding that it has
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the review can be found in In Brief and the Education and Training Bulletin. A public consultation by the Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) on the unification of the solicitors’ and barristers’ professions is underway and the Council is in the process of preparing a submission.
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Review and the feedback has assisted the Council in taking decisions on the measures needed to further support our members as the crisis continues. Members will now be aware of my communication, which sets out some detail of a membership subscription credit, recognising the impact of the reduced operation
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The Review is for all members and I urge you to get involved. Eilis Brennan BL, Editor ebrennan@lawlibrary.ie A new future for JILL The first day of January 2016 was a significant date in the history of the JILL database and marked a milestone in its development. On that day
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The Law Library of Ireland. Published six times a year, The Bar Review contains articles from leading barristers, as well as a comprehensive Legal Update detailing pertinent publications, judgments and legislation.Each issue of The Bar Review is supplied free to all members.. Current Edition: Volume 26; Number 2 - April 2021
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The review was commissioned following the controversy in the wake of the acquittal of two rugby players after a nine-week rape trial in Belfast in March 2018. A former Lord Justice of Appeal, the Right Honourable Sir John Gillen, led the review supported by an Advisory Panel. The preliminary ...
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136 THE :BAR REVIEW Volume 21; Number 5 –November 2016 Challenges for the new legal year The Council of The Bar of Ireland is already busy acting on members' behalf. We are now into the swing of the Michaelmas term and the vacation is a distant memory. I wish all members of the Library a rewarding and enjoyable legal year. I
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The Bar Review is published by Thomson Round Hall in association with The Bar Council of Ireland. For all subscription queries contact: Thomson Round Hall 43 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Telephone: + 353 1 662 5301 Fax: + 353 1 662 5302 Email: info@roundhall.ie web: www.roundhall.ie Subscriptions: January 2007 to December 2007 - 6 issues
Review of protections for vulnerable witnesses in the ...
Review of the protections for vulnerable witnesses 4 | P a g e FOREWORD In August 2018, the Minister for Justice and Equality appointed this Working Group, with representatives from key criminal justice agencies, to review and report upon the protections available for vulnerable witnesses in the investigation and prosecution of sexual offences.
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review of clinical negligence claims, about which we will also make detailed submissions. The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA), although not yet fully functioning, is a new challenge confronting the profession. If there were apprehensions in relation to the implementation of the legislation, its
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THE BAR REVIEW : Volume 25; Number 3 – June 2020. Life After Covid-19. As we emerge from our respective cocoons, dust down our crumpled gowns and head back into courts all around the country, we might find that our perspective has changed. With the restrictions that came in mid March, our resilience was thrown into sharp focus.
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review everything”. Is there any benefit or crossover from being a referee and a. barrister? “Yes, in rugby we are extremely analytical of our . performances. We get better by being honest about the need to constantly do better. And small margins can make the difference between a good performance and a great performance.
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3. JUDICIAL REVIEW 3.1 The Council recognises that the manner in which the judicial review list operates is a drain on judicial resources. It is important to recognise that any reform of the system must be seen to be equitable in respecting the rights of applicants for judicial review, many of whom are of limited means, in respect of legitimate
JUDICIAL REVIEW THE DUTY TO GIVE REASONS
Rawson seeking a judicial review of the impugned decision. Such a possibility, of course, almost always arises whatever the statutory framework involved, and so therefore it cannot be suggested now that the obligation to give reasons only arises where an individual is
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to a review procedure to challenge the substantive or procedural legality of any decision subject to the public participation provisions of the Directive. Article 11(5) provide as follows: “Any such procedure shall be fair, equitable, timely and not prohibitively expensive”.
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THE BAR REVIEW : Volume 24; Number 6 – December 2019 144 Extraordinary lives and changing times Tomi Reichental was sent to Bergen-Belsen as a young child. Now in his 80s, he is one of the last surviving witnesses of the horrors of the concentration camps. He now dedicates his life to educating people about the Holocaust in an effort
Paper by Conor Dignam SC 31 January 2012
JUDICIAL REVIEW – SELECTED CASES Paper by Conor Dignam SC 31 January 2012 _____ INTRODUCTION 1. The most significant development in the area of judicial review in recent times is the amendment of Order 84 of the Rules of the Superior Courts effected by SI 691 of 2011. Other speakers will deal with these amendments, their effect and ...
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THE BAR REVIEW: Volume 25; Number 5 – November 2020. 122. Papers, editorial items, and all queries regarding subscriptions should be addressed to: Aedamair Gallagher at: aedamair.gallagher@lawlibrary.ie. 129. 136. The Bar Review . The Bar of Ireland. Distillery Building. 145-151 Church Street. Dublin DO7 WDX8. Direct: +353 (0)1 817 5025. Fax ...
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THE BAR REVIEW: Volume 24; Number 2 –April 2019 33 The challenges of data Eilis Brennan SC Editor ebrennan@lawlibrary.ie Our focus in the current edition is on all kinds of documents and data, and the role of documentary evidence in both criminal and civil trials. In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court grasped the opportunity to reiterate
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THE BAR REVIEW : Volume 23; Number 5 – November 2018 120 Papers and editorial items should be addressed to: aedamair.gallagher@lawlibrary.ie 127 140 131 Message from the Chairman 121 Editor’s note 122
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THE BAR REVIEW : Volume 25; Number 1 – February 2020 5 European insight Ireland has been part of the EU project now for almost 50 years, a time of radical change, spanning German reunification, enlargement and the exit of our closest neighbour, the United Kingdom. Catherine Day has been at the
AMENDMENT TO ORDER 84 OF THE SUPERIOR COURT RULES (S.I.691 ...
Bar Council CPD Seminar on Judicial Review Monday, 30th January, 2012 Introduction The ground rules for judicial review have changed. S.I. 691 of 2011 came into effect on the 1st of January, 2012, amending Order 84 of the Rules of the Superior Courts and changing procedure in relation to applications for judicial review. An understanding of
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THE BAR REVIEW :Volume 21; Number 4 –July 2016 108 Illuminate and inform Just last week as I was trawling through the internet in the vain hope of finding a ladybird guide to the taking of DNA evidence, I chanced upon a 2014 article written by Colm O’Briain SC. The paper analysed the new 2014 Forensic Evidence Act and was described
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Submission by the Council of The Bar of Ireland to the Department of Justice & Equality on the implementation of the recommendations of the O'Malley Report on the Review of Protections for Vulnerable Witnesses in the Investigation and Prosecution of Sexual Offences. September 2020
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Bar Review December 2012 Page 123 essential components were in place after the fax had been successfully delivered on the 27th May, 2007 (sic)”8 As such, the application was deemed to have been made on May 27th and that was the date on which time stopped running for the 6
Meadows and proportionality in judicial review – Where are ...
consistent standard of review, without resort to vaguer notions of anxious scrutiny. The underlying facts and circumstances of cases can and do vary infinitely. The single standard of review laid down in Keegan and O’Keeffe is sufficiently responsive to the needs of any particular case
Expert evidence: lessons from
THE BAR REVIEW :Volume 22; Number 2 –April 2017 34 Expert opinion In this edition, our thoughts run to experts and how they can best assist in litigation. New conduct of trial rules include two novel features for the giving of expert evidence. These are the use of a single joint expert and the
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN JUDICIAL REVIEW
Dunnes Stores v. Dublin City Council [2016] IEHC 724(Cross-Examination in Judicial Review);DN v.Chief Appeals Office, Minister for Justice and Equality, AG and Ireland and the Minister for Social Protection(Administrative delay);Grace and anor-v- An BórdPleanála & ors [2017] IESC 10, 2/24/2017(there now is, at least potentially, an appeal to the Supreme Court even in so-called certificate ...
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THE BAR REVIEW :Volume 22; Number 6 –December 2017 150 Resolution and reform This edition of The Bar Review looks at a number of ways in which our legal system is changing, and further proposals for reform. The trend towards various different forms of alternative dispute resolution continues, and in this edition we take a look at the recently ...
New Rules for Unconstitutionally Obtained Evidence
Review Group’s Proposals on Equality” in Byrne and Duncan (Dublin: Irish Centre for European Law, 1997) at pp. 100-104; and one where there is now a general acceptance that there is a wide variety of circumstances involving “human beings in society” which may fall under the protection of Article 40.1. 6
Recent Developments in Adverse Possession Diminished ...
Page 212 Bar Review December 2007 Bioethics and The Middle of Life ann Power sC This is the second in a three part series of articles dealing with bioethics and the law. The first article featured in the November edition of the Bar Review and the third and final article will be contained in the February edition.
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The success of The Bar Review has always been due to the high quality contributions from our members, and the publication is a showcase for the well of talent and expertise within our profession. We hope to continue that tradition, and to generate a new energy and vitality in our professional publication. To this end, we encourage
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The Bar Review author guidelines are now available on the 'Bar Review' section of the members' website. Articles should not exceed 3,000 words. Celebrating Women in Law In celebration of International Women’s Day 2016, the Women at the Bar Working Group of The Bar of Ireland, chaired by Grainne Larkin BL
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THE BAR REVIEW :Volume 22; Number 3 –June 2017 63 Limits to access This edition focuses on determining how certain provisions might facilitate or impede both civil and criminal cases. After the heady days of the Celtic Tiger and the savage recession that followed, the Irish courts are still grappling with the actions for debt
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The Review The Bar Review is published by Thomson Round Hall in association with The Bar Council of Ireland. For all subscription queries contact: Thomson Round Hall 43 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Telephone: + 353 1 662 5301 Fax: + 353 1 662 5302 Email: info@roundhall.ie web: www.roundhall.ie Subscriptions: January 2005 to December 2005 - 6 issues
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THE BAR REVIEW :Volume 21; Number 6 –December 2016 166 Change all around New legal services regulations and the passing of an institution mark changing times for the Bar. Some of the provisions of the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015 were commenced in July of this year and the Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) was established as of ...
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THE BAR REVIEW: Volume 22; Number 1 –February 2017 5 Worthwhile challenges In this edition, we focus on vulnerable witnesses, asylum seekers and lay litigants. Against the backdrop of the EU directive that places victims’ rights at the forefront of our criminal justice system, the courts are crafting new
Spent Convictions and Wiping the Slate Clean Privilege and ...
Bar Review June 2008 Page 55 and seized several documents threatening the company with potential criminal sanctions if they failed to co-operate.8 The Commission officials stated that it was necessary for them to briefly examine the documents in question in order
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The Bar Review is the professional journal for barristers in Ireland and is distributed to members of The Bar of Ireland six times a year. It contains news, interviews and feature articles of relevance to the profession and to those with an interest in the law. AUTHOR GUIDELINES The Bar Review 3
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Act 1992, The Bar Review, Vol.16, (1), February 2011. 4 The names of the cases described have been changed to preserve the anonymity of the complainants and defendants involved. 5 The pre-trial hearing is conducted under: evidence had been made known to the prosecution. 6 On the first day of trial, the defence challenged the admissibility of
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The Bar Review June 2004 82 Opinion 83 Bar Leaders Visit to Zimbabwe 84 News 86 The Obligation to Seek Out and Preserve Evidence. George Birmingham S.C. 91 Legislation in Irish - A Lot Done, More to Do. John Smith BL 95 Legal Update: A Guide to Legal Developments from 23rd March, 2004 to the 17th May, 2004
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The Bar Review is published by Thomson Round Hall in association with The Bar Council of Ireland. For all subscription queries contact: Thomson Round Hall 43 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Telephone: + 353 1 662 5301 Fax: + 353 1 662 5302 Email: info@roundhall.ie web: www.roundhall.ie Subscriptions: January 2006 to December 2006 - 6 issues
Electronic Tagging of Applicants for Bail An Update on ...
Bar Review November 2010 Page 89 “for any period not exceeding six months” and requires the offender to be of good behaviour and to keep the peace.9 Clearly, the extent of the power was intended to be unchecked and effectively provides the Court with unlimited jurisdiction
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The Bar Review July 2005. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) or Lifelong Learning is a concept so embedded in our culture that it has been embraced by every vocation. Indeed the Bar Council has held continuing legal education events for many years.
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The Review The Bar Review is published by Round Hall in association with The Bar Council of Ireland. For all subscription queries contact: Round Hall 43 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Telephone: + 353 1 662 5301 Fax: + 353 1 662 5302 Email: info@roundhall.ie web: www.roundhall.ie Subscriptions: January 2003 to December 2003 - 6 issues
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Bar Council CPD Seminar on Judicial Review on Wednesday, the 3rd of December, 2008. 1 The Sharma case is reported at (2007) 1 WLR 780. BR 2-2009.indd 26 03/04/2009 14:21:53. Bar Review April 2009 Page 27 on the ground that it was politically motivated or influenced.
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The Bar Review February 2007 BarThe Review. February 2007 - Page 2 BarReview Continuing Professional Development was introduced to the Bar in October 2005. It was initiated as a means of ensuring the establishment and promotion of high standards of work within the
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review to assist the High Court, and consequentially this Court on appeal, by ensuring that grounds for judicial review are stated clearly and precisely and that 3 The new Order 84 rule 22 (5). 4 [2011] IESC 2. Bar Review February 2012 Page 3 Order 84 Rule 20(8): Interim and Interlocutory
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THE BAR REVIEW : Volume 26; Number 2 – April 2021 33 Papers, editorial items, and all queries regarding subscriptions should be addressed to: Aedamair Gallagher at: aedamair.gallagher@lawlibrary.ie 42 46 The Bar Review The Bar of Ireland Distillery Building 145-151 Church Street Dublin DO7 WDX8 Direct: +353 (0)1 817 5025 Fax: +353 (0)1 817 5150
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