Lifelong Education, Collegiality and the Immutability of Procedure: Legal Advocates in Early Ireland

It is understandable that aspiring lawyers today might, at some point, find their education daunting and/or be apprehensive about entering a congested and stratified profession. Similar to other professional callings, qualifying as a lawyer is very much a marathon rather than a sprint and building up a successful practice can take some time to achieve.… Continue reading Lifelong Education, Collegiality and the Immutability of Procedure: Legal Advocates in Early Ireland