U.K. lawyers have expressed frustration at The Law Society of Ireland’s decision to shut out England and Wales solicitors from practising Irish law post-Brexit, unless they work in the country.

In a move that threatens to jeopardise U.K. firms’ Brexit strategy, England and Wales-based solicitors will no longer be granted Irish practising certificates, the Law Society of Ireland said on Wednesday.

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