Head of International Bar Association criticises new government bill
The head of the International Bar Association (IBA) has told 600 lawyers in Dublin's conference centre that the proposed Legal Services Regulation Bill is an attempt to "control" the legal profession.
The head of the International Bar Association (IBA) has told 600 lawyers in Dublin's conference centre that the proposed Legal Services Regulation Bill represents one of the most extensive and far reaching attempts of government to control the legal profession
Mark Ellis was speaking at a Law Society seminar this afternoon on the need to defend the independence of the legal profession in the public interest. The IBA, of which Ellis is executive director, represents 40,000...
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