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A consultation paper entitled ‘Future Administration and Structure of Tribunals in Northern Ireland’ has been published outlining proposals for reform of employment tribunals in Northern Ireland.
Most people know who they want their assets to be left to after they die but don’t bother making a Will. If you die without a will, statutory rules in Northern Ireland will determine who can inherit your estate. This means that your property and assets may not go to whom you want to inherit. [...]
The Northern Ireland Housing Executive is to be broken up after 40 years
Assistant solicitor in Philip Gallen and Company Solicitors, Paul Gallen, has been awarded Grandmaster status by the Association of British Scrabble Players. Grandmaster Status is awarded to players who have excelled in ABSP tournaments over a consistent period of 5 years and has only been awarded to 40 players in the ABSP’s 30 year history. [...]
The commercial property market in Northern Ireland is showing evidence of good and stable returns despite the economic downturn according to a report carried out by University of Ulster.
The Law Society of Northern Ireland has warned purchasers of the potential risks of buying property at public auctions as the numbers of homes sold at auction in Northern Ireland continues to increase.
Biggest ever scholarship programme for Law launched on the 15th November 2012 following record donation to King’s College London – The Dickson Poon Scholarship Programme. 80 scholarships available as part of £20m gift by Dickson Poon to the Law School