Republic of Ireland: Vote of confidence
Among the issues for the Irish legal profession this year are the Competition Authority's report and the rising numbers of legal trainees, but the arrival of the PIAB has really set the cat among the pigeons. Ken Murphy reports
The Law Society has had a number of issues to deal with this year, not least the report from the Competition Authority on the legal profession, which it is currently carefully reviewing. It is also the year when Irish personal injury solicitors lost the bulk of their work with the setting up of a new body, the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB).
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