The Bar Review Volume 27 – Issue 2

April 2022

Highlights from this month’s edition:

  • Prof. Conor O’Mahony, Special Rapporteur on Child Protection, about the significant and challenging issues he deals with in his role, and the frustrating pace of change
  • The days of ‘best interests’ are over defamation: Aisling Mulligan BL shares key points for practitioners on the commencement of the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act 2015.
  • Family reunification for international protection beneficiaries: The importance of family reunification for those who have fled persecution is recognised by Irish and international law – Emily Farrell SC
  • A hidden jurisdiction trap: Practitioners should be aware of the requirement to provide written notice to the Charities Regulatory Authority of an intention to commence any legal proceedings in relation to a charity – Felix McEnroy SC

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