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Media Coverage2021-11-26T14:01:15+00:00

When Announcing a New Restrictive Migration Policy in July, the Department of Justice Used Inaccurate Figures

In a press release on 18 July, the Department of Justice said that nearly 6,500 people had applied here for asylum between January 2021 and January 2022.

The Government Says It’s Bringing in Stricter Asylum Checks, but What Does that Mean?

Stephen Kirwan, Partner at KOD Lyons Solicitors speaks out about the government's asylum checks and the effects of bringing in different boarder procedures.

KOD Lyons promotes Katie Dowling to associate

KOD Lyons has promoted Katie Dowling to associate in the Dublin-based firm’s criminal law department.

National rollout of ‘unlawful’ school assessments halted

Gareth Noble, Partner at KOD Lyons Solicitors shares his concerns over pausing educational assessments for children with additional needs.

NCSE trying to ‘bounce’ legal obligations to children with disabilities onto principals

Gareth Noble, Partner at KOD Lyons Solicitors speaks out about leaving the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) very vulnerable, as they have been accused of attempting to 'bounce' its legal responsibilities and obligations to children with disabilities onto school principals.

Girl (5) with autism sues State over alleged failure to provide school transport

Nearest school with suitable place was 18km away and parents had to borrow car, court told

HSE denies assessment of need reviews are on hold

KOD Lyons Partner, Gareth Noble’s, recent tweet leads to a response by the Health Services Executive (HSE) saying that reviewing a child’s assessment of need is not on hold.

How Much Should Immigrants Rely on the Citizens Information Website?

Stephen Kirwan, Partner at KOD Lyons speaks out about the misinformation on immigration rules over the Internet saying that people are dissuaded from applying for citizenship.

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