New devices to allow for scanning of number plates
A nationwide crackdown on uninsured drivers is aimed to be implemented by 2019 following the enactment of the Road Traffic (Amendment) Act 2018 earlier this year, writes Aimee Dudley, Trainee Solicitor
Anarine McAllister, Solicitor considers the operation of Restorative Justice, a joint initiative between the Probation Services and the local community, in this update.
Revenge Porn and Upskirting
In a modern society where endless information and imagery is just a click away, the rise of a new wave of problems such as revenge porn is hardly a surprise, writes Aimee Dudley, Trainee Solicitor
Launch of the Ireland Chapter of the Women's White Collar Defence Association
Aoife Corridan was honoured to be included among the initial members of the launch of the Ireland Chapter of the Women's White Collar Defense Association held at Arthur Cox on 23rd July 2018.
Supreme Court to consider appeal of prison litigation case
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal from a former prisoner regarding the system of ‘slopping out’ which was prevalent in Irish prisons until recently, writes Rory Staines, Solicitor.