Lawyers’ group ‘concerned’ at regulation plans

A group which represents a million European lawyers has expressed concern at government proposals to regulate Ireland’s legal profession.

8th October, 2011

A group which represents a million European lawyers has expressed concern at government proposals to regulate Ireland’s legal profession. Under the memorandum of understanding with the EU troika, the Legal Services Regulation Bill was supposed to be published by September 30, but it’s understood that publication of the bill was held up due to disagreements at cabinet level. It’s now due to be published ‘‘some time next week’’, according to a spokesman for the Department...

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