The Irish Women Lawyers Association was pleased to host an information and panel discussion event entitled ‘A Woman’s Place?’ on 13 November 2019. Article 41.2 of the Constitution, often referred to as ‘the Woman in the Home’ Article, is due for consideration at the...
IWLA’s Woman Lawyer of the Year 2019, Ivana Bacik, is interviewed by Sarah Reid BL. They discuss the genesis of the IWLA, how the legal climate has evolved over the past 20 years and the changing role of women in the legal sphere. Maeve Delargy, current IWLA...
The theme for the inaugural IWLA Blog Competition is inspired by our celebrations commemorating 100 years since the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 which allowed women to become lawyers for the first time. We are asking participants to write a short blog piece...
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