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28th Mar 2018News

Brendan Kelly QC Successfully Represents International Rugby Player Paddy Jackson

Ireland and Ulster rugby player Paddy Jackson has been cleared of rape. Brendan Kelly QC represented Paddy Jackson who, alongside fellow rugby player Stuart Olding, denied raping a woman in Jackson’s house in the early hours of 28 June 2016. Blane McIlroy, who was accused of exposure, and Rory Harrison, who was charged with perverting […]

26th Mar 2018News

2 Hare Court Welcomes Michael Rawlinson

Chambers is delighted to announce that Michael Rawlinson (previously of Exchange Chambers) has accepted an invitation to join 2 Hare Court. Michael is a highly experienced advocate with a busy and successful inquest, healthcare, regulatory and police misconduct practice, having practised at the Bar for 16 years and with recent experience as In-House Healthcare/Regulatory Counsel […]

23rd Mar 2018Newsflash

A Money Laundering Directive Too Far?

The Fourth European Money Laundering Directive (‘4MLD’) was agreed in June 2015 and was brought into force in the United Kingdom through domestic legislation on 26th June 2017. Among the most important changes to the Ant-Money Laundering (‘AML’) / Counter-Terrorist Financing (‘CTF’) regime established by 3MLD (the 2005 Directive; the genesis of the Money Laundering […]