Apr 28, 2023
In the latest episode of Law on Trial, Roger Murray, SC, and partner with Callan Tansey, discusses why the HSE’s narrative around medical negligence risks “vilifying” patients instead of highlighting the need for proper resourcing. He also discusses why the so-called gun for hire syndrome is a “complete myth”...
Apr 18, 2023
David Carthy, country managing partner of DLA Piper in Ireland, discusses his firm’s competitive trainee recruitment drive, a string of high-profile hires, and finding comfort in change. Barry Scannell, consultant with William Fry, discusses Chat GPT and why law students should learn to harness the power of...
Jan 31, 2023
Alex White, senior counsel, reflects on his journey from
journalism to law, a career in politics with the Labour party, and
his recent appointment as director general of the Institute for
International and European Affairs.
Hosts Catherine Sanz and James McDermott also discuss some legal stories in the news.
Jan 12, 2023
Eavan Saunders, managing partner at Dentons Dublin and country
head for Ireland, on her vision for the office, her A-list disputes
team, battling gender bias, and winning new clients.
Hosts Catherine Sanz and James McDermott, barrister, also discuss some recent legal cases in the news, a new law on service charges, and...
Dec 1, 2022
In the second episode of season three, Noeline Blackwell, chief executive of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, discusses new legislation on human trafficking and how her team has been preparing to assist Ukrainians who may have been victims of sexual violence. She also chats about her views on arming the gardai, pro-bono...