https://www.lawsociety.ie/globalassets/documents/gazette/gazette-pdfs/gazette-2017/jan-feb-17-gazette.pdf Solicitor Patricia Rickard-Clarke has been named the IWLA Woman Lawyer of the Year 2016. The award is in recognition of Patricia’s work in promoting the...
The Irish Women Lawyers’ Association Annual Gala Dinner took place on 5 November 2016. The IWLA “Woman Lawyer of the Year” award was presented to UCD alumna Patricia Rickard-Clarke (BCL 1979). A solicitor and former full-time Law Reform...
Director General of FLAC, solicitor Noeline Blackwell was presented with the IWLA Woman Lawyer of the Year Award for 2014 at the IWLA Annual Gala dinner in the Presidents Hall of the Law Society of Ireland on November 1, 2014 at an event held in collaboration with Law...
The highlight of the IWLA annual calendar is always the glittering IWLA Gala Dinner celebrating the Irish Woman Lawyer of the Year. This year we take the glitter online as we are very proud to present the IWLA Irish Woman of the Year Award 2020 jointly to the...
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