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Hosted by the Brehon Law Society of Philadelphia in collaboration with the Western Development Commission (WDC), Mayo County Council, and NUI Galway, the US/Ireland Legal Symposium recently took place in Westport. The two day event included a mix of Irish and American lawyers, business consultants, and businesses operating in both Ireland and the United States who came together to address topics essential for international business exchange between both countries.
The recent announcement of the Honourable Mr Justice Hardiman to serve as chair of the upcoming Brehon Law Society’s 2013 US Ireland Symposium in Westport, in late September has created enormous interest in the upcoming event. The symposium hosted by the Brehon Law Society of Philadelphia with the support of Mayo County Council and the Western Development Commission will run from September 25 through 27 including a Gala dinner evening with An Taoiseach Enda Kenny as special guest of honour . The two day symposium will see a mix of Irish and American lawyers, business consultants and businesses operating in both Ireland and the United States come together to address topics which are essential for international business exchange between both countries.
A conviction against Galway County Councillor Michael Fahy for obtaining €7,000 from the local authority by false pretences was quashed by the Court of Criminal Appeal earlier this week.
A man convicted of murdering Kilkenny postmaster Alan Cunniffe has begun the procedure into seeking a retrial of his conviction for murder.
A solicitor has expressed fears that a woman who appeared before court charged with murdering her husband 22 years ago may not get a fair trial.
Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney will read as part of this year’s Clifden Arts Festival.
Galway athletes took full advantage of the favourable conditions at the Athletics Ireland West Region Cross Country Championships for juvenile athletes aged under 11 to under 19 years. Hosted by Tuam Athletic Club, the championships saw a host of impressive performances from Connacht athletes. Individual titles were won by Liam Costello of Galway City Harriers in the u-11 boys, Annie Tynan Daly of Ballinasloe & District in the u-13 girls, Alanna Lally of GCH in the u-15 girls, and the Brassil sisters of Ballinasloe, Sive and Maeve, in the u17 and u-19 girls’ competitions respectively.