The Brief 5th July 2012

Your hosts barristers Andrew Robinson and Peter Leonard discuss cheating leaving certificate students and Barclays bankers. Drew Nelson Grand Secretary of the Orange Order talks to Andrew Robinson about his appearance in the Seanad this week. We ask if there is any legal reason why the Orange Order should not be allowed to march in Dublin.
Andrew and Peter discuss the Personal Insolvency Bill.
Mark Tottenham author of Stare Decisis Hibernia on recent Superior decisions regarding Sean Quinn, Damache and wills.
Fintan Lawlor advises Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise on custody and access to children.
Barrister Conor Nelson on the fascinating historical case of the butcher from Wagga Wagga who impersonated the missing heir to the Earl of Tichborn’s estate.