Jules Thomas and her partner Ian Bailey: “He was so utterly remorseful . . . I do believe there is good in everyone.”    Photograph: Courts Collins

Court told that life with Ian Bailey was ‘not a bed of roses’

 Ms Justice Mary Laffoy: ruled that Eamonn Lillis was entitled to his half interest in assets jointly owned by himself and his late wife, including  their  family home in Howth,  and suggested that the law should be reviewed. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

LRC looking at issue which arose after murder of Celine Cawley by her husband

Pictured at the ‘Hooded Men’ Amnesty press conference in Dublin. From left: Micheal Donnelly, Patrick Mc Nally Brian Turley, Gerry McKerr, Francis Mc Guigan, Joe Clarke, Jim Auld, Front (from left): Kevin Hannaway, Liam Shannon and Colm O’Gorman (standing sideways). Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

UK alleged to have breached the European Convention on Human Rights in North

Rising up: legal firms are reporting growth in business across a variety of areas, but the property, construction and conveyancing headings are out in front. Photograph: Edwin Tuyay/Bloomberg

New survey paints very positive picture for economic outlook of law sector

The Hon Mrs Justice Catherine McGuinness, Chief Justice and the Hon Mrs Justice Susan Denham. The Council of Europe has said the process by which judges are chosen should be reviewed with a view to selecting the most qualified and suitable candidates in a transparent way. Photograph:  Garrett White

Strasbourg body calls for system free from political interference

Ian Bailey arriving at the Four Courts yesterday with his partner, Jules Thomas, for the third week of his High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

Events spanning almost 60 years picked over

 Ian Bailey and his partner Jules Thomas   leaving the Four Courts today, Mr Bailey’s seventh day under cross-examination by Luán Ó Braonáin SC, who is acting for the State. Photograph: Collins

Bailey agrees writings included ‘life’s a bummer when you’re unknown and unpublished’

Ian Bailey’s case against the State continues at the Four Courts in Dublin. Photograph: Getty

Ian Bailey is questioned about newspaper and interviews

 Dr Micheline Sheehy Skeffington of NUI Galway:  a long-serving and widely published lecturer who missed out on promotion in 2009 after a process described by the tribunal as “ramshackle”.

Granddaughter of Hanna Sheehy Skeffington says decision ‘strikes a blow for all female academics’

More articles