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Former tennis player Boris Becker was jailed for hiding millions of pounds’ worth of assets after being made bankrupt in June 2017. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/AFP via Getty Images

Boris Becker will be considered for deportation, the UK Home Office has confirmed, as experts said the potential battle could set a legal precedent an(...)

The pandemic has completely changed the way we work, so will we ever return to the office en masse?
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As staff are called back to the office as we ease out of the pandemic, employers are having to adapt centuries-old ways of working to provide more (...)

More than 800 complaints about solicitors and barristers were made to the legal services regulator over the last six months. Photograph: Alan Betson

More than 800 complaints about solicitors and barristers were made to the legal services regulator from September 2021 to March 2022, according to its(...)

Fiona McAleenan: ‘horrified and disgusted’ at suggestion she was complicit in pursuit of multiple mortgages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former solicitor for Michael Lynn & Co has told his multimillion euro theft trial she is “horrified and disgusted” at a defence suggestion that (...)

Former Taxing Master James Flynn

A solicitor and his firm have launched High Court proceedings aimed at quashing a search warrant which resulted in the search and seizure of confident(...)

Fiona McAleenan, a former colleague of Michael Lynn, attending his trial at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins Courts

A solicitor who worked for Michael Lynn & Co Solicitors has told his multi-million-euro theft trial that “alarm bells rang” for her when she recei(...)

Elizabeth Doyle, who worked as Michael Lynn’s legal executive. Photograph:  Collins Courts

A legal executive has told a multi-million euro theft trial that she often signed her employer Michael Lynn’s signature on various supporting document(...)

Chief Justice Donal O’Donnell following an event in Ballymun, Dublin, on Tuesday to launch the report of a major conference on Access to Justice. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The law becomes “dangerously disconnected” from the public it is meant to serve if people do not have adequate access to justice and an independent co(...)

 Vladimir Putin. The CCBE welcome prosecutor of the ICC’s statement saying that the court may investigate any act of genocide, crime against humanity or war crime committed within the territory of Ukraine since  2014 onwards. Photograph:Getty

A group representing more than a million lawyers in 45 countries in Europe has called for an investigation by the International Criminal Court (ICC) (...)

Former chief justice Frank Clarke is among the retired judges who are engaged in mediations and/or arbitrations. Photograph: Tom Honan

Struggling barristers are losing out as a number of retired senior judges on substantial pensions are securing lucrative mediation work, The Irish Tim(...)

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