28 February 2019
President Welcomes Newly Qualified Solicitors at Admissions Ceremony
Suzanne Rice welcomed newly admitted solicitors to the legal profession
yesterday at the Law Society of Northern Ireland’s Admission Ceremony which
took place at Whitla Hall at Queen’s University in Belfast on Wednesday 27th
Over 84 newly admitted solicitors joined masters, family and friends
for the important event in the legal calendar.
of the ceremony the Registrar of Solicitors, Alan Hunter presented the newly
admitted solicitors to the Society’s President and to the Lord Chief Justice
for Northern Ireland, Sir Declan Morgan.
key note address the President of the Law Society, Suzanne Rice took the
occasion to offer some advice and guidance to the newly admitted solicitors.
In his address the Lord Chief Justice reflected on the important role that newly
admitted solicitors have within the legal profession in Northern Ireland.
The Thomasena McKinney Prize was awarded to Sarah Mulholland who attained
first place in the Solicitors’ Apprenticeship Course at the Institute of
Professional Legal Studies.
Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan and members of the Presidential and Chief Executive Team
Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan addressing newly admitted solicitors
Rowan White, JVP, Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan, Suzanne Rice, President, Alan Hunter, CEO, Eileen Ewing, SVP
President Suzanne Rice and Sarah Mulholland winner of the Thomasena McKinney Prize
Newly Admitted Solicitors Group 1
Newly Admitted Solicitors Group 2
Newly Admitted Solicitors Group 3