Thursday February 27, 2020

Law awards recognise work that goes beyond the call of duty

The awards ceremony, which took place at the Clayton Hotel in Dublin on May 11, was the culmination of the diligent work of a 15-strong judging panel of leading and notable professionals from across the legal sector

27th May, 2018
Charlie Flanagan, Minister for Justice and Equality, and Dr Eamonn G Hall, solicitor, notary public, author, academic and chairman of the judging panel

Recipients of this year’s Clinch Wealth Management Irish Law Awards were recognised for work that went beyond the call of duty. That’s according to Dr Eamonn G Hall, solicitor, notary public, author, academic and chairman of the judging panel.

Hall, principal of EG Hall & Co and former chief solicitor with Eircom, said the awards celebrated the achievements of current great lawyers in the knowledge that “without law, civilisation dies”....

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