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Strategy to position Ireland as a global financial legal services hub takes shape

A document compiled by the Bar Council and Law Society urges the government to champion the advantages of Irish law as a pro-business, English-speaking, common law system inside the European Union

15th July, 2018
Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan

A proposal to capitalise on Brexit and make Ireland a global hub for financial legal services is to be brought to cabinet by Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan this autumn.

The document compiled by the Bar Council and Law Society urges the government to champion the advantages of Irish law as a pro-business, English-speaking, common law system inside the European Union (EU).

Published in May, the report called Promoting Ireland as a Leading Centre Globally...

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