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Law Society backing for Seanad 2016

Huge thanks to the Law Society for two features in the Law Society Gazette about my candidacy for Seanad Eireann 2016. I have been delighted to receive the formal backing of the Law Society for the Seanad election – they nominated me as their selected candidate for the Cultural and Educational Panel. The Law Society Gazette features  cover:  – life as a barrister and a solicitor– the foil that spurred social conscience– human based needs …Read More

My Manifesto for Seanad Eireann 2016, NUI Panel

I’m delighted to announce that I’m running as an Independent candidate for Seanad Eireann 2016, and that I’ve been nominated to run for election to the NUI Panel.  I intend to use both my election campaign and – if elected – my Seanad seat as a platform to promote the changes needed in Government policy and the law to enhance and protect children’s rights and the rights of families. The …Read More

What happens to my children when my marriage breaks up? 5 key questions answered….

On a human level, what happens to your children is the most emotive element of any break-up and most parents agree that children should always be the number one priority. Their benefit and welfare should come first before deciding any matter, but let’s take a look at what’s involved in this: …. 1. What are the main issues to be decided? From a legal perspective, the main issues to be …Read More