IWLA Founder Member Paulyn Marrinan Quinn SC hosts a 6-part Podcast series interviewing Judges, lawyers and historians on legal cases that changed Irish society. Check out the series in our Podcast section.
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...
We are really excited to announce the release of episode two in IWLA’s podcast series. Angela Mezzetti of Ocarina Productions interviews Anne Conlon BL on article 41.2 of the Constitution and the reference to women’s “place within the home”,...
The Irish Women Lawyers’ Association is delighted to launch the first episode of our new podcast series. Click here to listen to Ferga McGloughlin BL and Angela Collins BL discuss the effects of the thirty-fifth amendment to the Irish Constitution, and how it is...
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