20 December 2018
The shocking events in the Family Court in Phoenix House this morning and other recent high profile incidents involving assaults on barristers are of utmost concern to The Bar of Ireland. Issues of safety....
05 December 2018
Speaking today in response to the Government’s approval of the proposal of Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, to increase the number of ordinary judges in the Court of Appeal from nine to fifteen, Chairman of the Council of The Bar of Ireland, Micheál P...
18 October 2018
In advance of European Lawyers’ Day (25thOctober 2018), The Bar of Ireland and The Law Society of Ireland hosted a panel discussion entitled, Does The Law Ensure Fair Civil Trials? An International Panel Perspective on Upholding the Rule of Law on Thursday...
19 September 2018
Commenting today on the publication of the second and final report of the Personal Injuries Commission, Micheál P. O’Higgins SC, Chairman of the Council of The Bar of Ireland said, “We welcome the work of the PIC and support any initiative which upholds the concept of...
20 July 2018
Council of The Bar of Ireland welcomes recognition of Ireland’s cost effective criminal legal aid system
04 July 2018
Chairman of the Council of The Bar of Ireland, Paul McGarry SC welcomes the ISDA Master Agreement Announcement
01 June 2018
Growing interference in the independence of courts and the judiciary a sinister development, says Chairman of The Bar of Ireland
09 April 2018
Victims’ Rights to be discussed at Conference co-hosted by Irish Council for Civil Liberties, The Bar of Ireland and the Law Society of Ireland
22 February 2018
Up to five barristers to travel to the USA in 2018 on innocence scholarships
24 January 2018
The Council of The Bar of Ireland denounces the mistreatment of lawyers in Egypt, Turkey, China, and Azerbaijan