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The potentially harmful disclosure of ‘Soft Information’

At the end of District Court proceedings, the Court sometimes

Smart Transport / Silly Rules – Why we need e-scooter legislation as a matter of urgency

Over the past number years, e-vehicles have grown in popularity

Proposed Scheme set to regularise up to 17,000 Undocumented Migrants living in Ireland

Junior Minister with responsibility for Law Reform James Browne has

The Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan – The unfolding of a human rights crisis

Over the past week, troubling news emerged from Afghanistan that

Voican vs Chief Appeals Officer: An Update on Questions to Be Referred to Court of Justice of the European Union

Stephen Kirwan from our Immigration and International Law Team provides

Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence: A commentary on The Department of Justice Audit Report (14/07/21)

Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence: An Audit of Structures

The

THE PROPOSED GOVERNMENT SCHEME FOR UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS: UPDATED PROGRESS

Juliet George of the Immigration and International Law team provides a brief update in relation to further updates on the regularisation of undocumented migrants.

Strengthening the Right to be Forgotten: The Implications of Hurbain v. Belgium

On the 22nd of June 2021 the European Court of Human Rights delivered an important decision in Hurbain v Belgium, marking an important development in the case law regarding a ‘right to be forgotten’.

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Mother and Baby Home survivor Mari Steed granted leave to seek judicial review

Mother and Baby Home survivor Mari Steed, a client of KOD Lyons, has this week been granted leave to seek judicial review of a decision to refuse her access to personal data held by the Minister for Children.

Social Welfare Appeal: Supreme Court finds that the refusal of a Deciding Officer to revise an earlier decision may be subject

"The Appellant’s solicitors, KOD Lyons" cited by FLAC in their recent blog on

KOD Lyons close to €7k target after coast-to-coast cycle

IRISH LEGAL NEWS: Staff at KOD Lyons are close to meeting their €7,000 fundraising target after a coast-to-coast cycle from Dublin to Galway in aid of Solas Project and Rainbows Ireland.

If you were a child or young person watching the events of the last number of weeks, what might you have observed?

If you were a child or young person watching the events of the last number of weeks, what might you have observed? Adults and officials in government departments...

Philomena Lee among five given leave to challenge mother and baby homes report

Retired nurse Philomena Lee has brought a High Court challenge aimed at quashing parts of the final report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby homes...

Survivor’s bid to quash mother and baby home finding on vaccine trials

A prominent survivor has issued legal proceedings seeking to quash or correct findings made by the Mother and Baby Homes Commission in relation to vaccine trials...

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