Ireland Bar Associations


Ireland Bar Associations

  • General Council of the Bar of Northern Ireland, Belfast

    To Maintain The Standards, Honour And Independence Of The Bar, To Promote, Preserve And Improve The Services And Functions Of The Bar And To Represent And Act For The Bar Generally As Well As In Its Relations With Others And Also In All Matters Affecting The Administration Of Justice.

  • Law Society of Ireland, Dublin

    The Society Also Deals With Complaints From The Public About Members Of The Profession And Administers A Statutory Compensation Fund.

  • The Council of the Bar of Ireland, Dublin

    The Irish Bar aims to provide its clients with a high level of expertise in all areas of law combined with skilled advocacy by persons of integrity and independence.

  • The General Council of the Bar of Northern Ireland, Belfast

  • The Law Society of Ireland, Dublin

    The Law Society is the educational, representative and regulatory body of the solicitors' profession in Ireland. The Law Society was established in 1773 and now exercises statutory functions under the Solicitors Acts 1954-2002 in relation to the education, admission, enrolment, discipline and regulation of the solicitors' profession.

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