Tue, 29 Dec, 2020
Sun, 20 Sep, 2020
A senior member of the Garda Representative Association (GRA) is calling on the Minister for Justice and the Government to introduce specific legislation to cover assault of front line staff such as gardaí, fire service personnel, ambulance crews and accident and emergency department staff.
Fri, 02 Aug, 2019
Legislation allowing judges set guidelines on personal injury awards in line with other countries should be in place by the summer, the minister in charge of insurance policy says.
Mon, 15 Apr, 2019
I’ve spent more than a decade researching controversial, sensitive topics. But in many ways, my research on the sex industry has been the most difficult. This is in large part due to the contentious nature of debates on how to organise it, writes
Mon, 25 Jun, 2018
As we increasingly use social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and WhatsApp to communicate with each other, many of us are unaware of the ways in which our posts might later resurface – and get us into trouble with the law, writeand .
Fri, 22 Jun, 2018
While Ireland is renowned for its charitable nature, trustees of charities have come under “considerable pressure” here in the last 12 months and faced some “significant challenges”, according to a senior counsel.
Tue, 09 Jan, 2018
Over recent days, questions about how citizens might use technology to try to protect communities or individuals from criminals — violent thieves or suspected paedophiles — have been pushed to the fore of public discourse.
Tue, 21 Nov, 2017
Considering the financial penalties that could be imposed by not complying with the general data protection regulation that becomes EU law next May, it would be reasonable to assume the Irish business community had made adapting to the coming changes a top priority.
Sat, 12 Aug, 2017