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Dara Robinson 

Advisory Board Member

Dara Robinson is a partner at Sheehan & Partners, based in Dublin. Dara was the Chairman of the Law Society Council Criminal Law Committee for three years. He specialises in criminal law and has substantial cross-border experience. Dara frequently writes and lectures on criminal law, mental health law and human rights topics and has contributed a number of chapters to joint Law Society/OUP manuals.

Dara is a former member of the Law Society Council, and has been a member of the Society’s Criminal Law Committee since 1998, including a 3 year period as Chairman. He is Vice-Chair of the Society’s Regulation of Practice Committee and a member of the Money Laundering Reporting Committee. He is a Chairman of Mental Health Tribunals, and a member of the DSBA Mental Health Law Committee.

He frequently writes and lectures on criminal law, mental health law and human rights topics and has contributed a number of chapters to joint Law Society/OUP manuals. He is a member of the European Criminal Bar Association, and the (UK) Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers.

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