- Monday, 13 February 2012
The Legal Services Board has stepped into the controversy around the International Monetary Fund’s push to make countries receiving financial bailouts reform their legal professions as part of the deal.
Tags: Ireland, Legal Services Board
Posted in Latest news, Legal Services Board
- Tuesday, 3 May 2011
The number of solicitors from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland requalifying in England and Wales soared by an amazing 1383% ahead of last September’s changes to the transfer regime for foreign lawyers, Solicitors Regulation Authority figures have revealed.
Tags: Ireland, qualified lawyers transfer scheme, Solicitors Regulation Authority
Posted in News, Solicitors
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