The Bar Councils for the Republic and the North are to meet in formal session in Dublin on Friday for the first time in almost a century. The last time they met formally was before partition in 1921. Attorney General Máire Whelan and the North's Attorney General, John Larkin, will attend the meeting, with judges and Bar Council members from both jurisdictions. A spokeswoman for the Bar Council said the location of the meeting was...
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