In partnership with NGOs
Vulnerable sections of society often encounter difficulties in accessing the legal system.
Established in 2004, the Voluntary Assistance Scheme is the pro bono scheme of The Bar of Ireland. Find out more here….
Our flagship TY Programme
Since 2016 we have delivered ‘Look into Law’, an engaging TY experience, bringing the law to life through access to barristers, judges and others in the justice sector
Open to all, this programme includes an onsite and offsite component. Find out more here….
Access to Justice Overseas
Access to justice and building capacity with local NGO’s overseas is an important aspect of the Bar’s commitment to rule of law and human rights.
This is an all-island initiative supported by The Bar of Ireland, the Law Society of Ireland, the Law Society of Northern Ireland, and the Bar of Northern Ireland. Find out more here
Policy & Law Reform
The Council of the Bar of Ireland, supported by its Committees regularly engage with Government, Oireachtas and State Bodies on a wide number of policy and law reform issues
To understand how we participate, find out more here….
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. Find out more here…