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# Law

This year
Solicitor: Insurers should take note of the Supreme Court's decision today on personal injuries
Stuart Gilhooly
20-minute reds, no croc rolls, and crooked lineout throws
Last year
Extract: Barristers have held positions of influence since the foundation of the Irish State
Niamh Howlin
What is a war crime and is international law being broken in Israel and Gaza?
Troubles Legacy Bill: 'It's almost as if the UK is writing itself out of the North's history'
Prof Laura McAtackney
Opinion: As Hollywood strikes, Irish film workers also deserve to have their conditions addressed
Jason O'Sullivan
Explainer: Barristers are set to protest at courthouses over pay, what are they looking for?
Donnelly defends signing into law world’s first legislation on health labelling of alcohol
Govt aims to reform defamation laws to protect public-interest journalism and reduce costs
Judge in Burke appeal case says wishes of student and their parents 'must prevail'
All time
Explainer: Contempt of court and the potential for an indefinite prison term
Opinion: The hyperfocus on our punters blinds people to the real issues sex workers face
Two men charged with violent disorder and assault after death of man in Athlone
Stardust inquests to have independent jury following passing of legislation in the Dáil
Minister for Justice to launch review of the Civil Legal Aid Scheme this month
Ireland rack up 57 points after red card forces Italy down to 13 players
Upcoming Six Nations will involve trial of new 'brake foot' scrum law
Nearly 12,500 calls last year for free legal advice - with big increase in employment concerns
How legal threats and the Ryan Commission's legacy impacted Mother and Baby Home inquiry
Barristers urge caution on widespread roll-out of remote court hearings after Covid
Larry Donnelly: The jurors in the Chauvin trial carry the weight of America's past and present
Larry Donnelly
Bill to allow child murder victims to be named could be made law by end of March, McEntee says
Does the constitution need to be changed to allow TDs to take maternity leave?
Column: 'Hands off' symphysiotomy judgement did not hold Ireland to any rigorous standard
Máiréad Enright
Dozens protest outside Áras an Uachtaráin over Mother and Baby Homes Bill
Opinion: The idea that the Constitution stops the Dáil from operating with video technology is a nonsense
David Kenny & Conor Casey
Gangland criminals targeted: New law seeks to impose life imprisonment for conspiracy to murder
50/22 kicks, 22/50 kicks, and goal line drop-outs: Australia's new law trials
Senators to begin High Court action to clarify if Seanad can legislate
New law will empower minister to shut down pubs that refuse to close
What does the 50:22 kick look like and how could it change rugby?
Legal limbo to end for Dublin's horse-drawn carriage drivers as new law to sort out licence debacle
Lobbyists big winners as government revises bingo bill after protests
'No threat to bingo halls or bingo nights' under new law, says Taoiseach
Meet the frontman, turned lawyer, turned entrepreneur disrupting the legal business
Record number of solicitors from England and Wales registered in Ireland this year
Best offers input as World Rugby outlaws dangerous 'axial loading' in scrums
Reform of Ireland's mental health laws delayed as heads of bill not expected until the end of the year
Italy is making parents prove their children are vaccinated before they can go to creche
Opinion: Had Denis O'Brien's suit succeeded, our democratic system could have been undermined
David Kenny