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Dr. Eamonn Hall, Solicitor (Ireland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales) Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths |contact|
Educated at St. Macartan's College, Monaghan; graduate of University College Dublin with a B.A. degree; H.Dip.Ed. (NUI Maynooth); LL.B. (NUI Galway); Ph.D. (Trinity College Dublin); admitted as a solicitor of Ireland, 1974; subsequently admitted as a solicitor of Northern Ireland, and England and Wales; principal of E G Hall & Co. Solicitors, Notaries Public and Commissioners for Oaths; chief solicitor with Telecom Éireann/Eircom Group, 1984-2007; chief examiner in constitutional law for Law School of Law Society of Ireland, 1981-2006; examiner in constitutional law for the Law Society of Ireland for the Qualified Lawyers’ Transfer Examination from its inception to date; consultant on judicial review to the Law School and former consultant on Criminal Litigation and Advocacy, Law School, Law Society of Ireland.
Former Secretary and President of the Medico-legal Society of Ireland and current member of its council; former Chairman of the Irish Society for European Law and a current Vice President; elected member of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Ireland in 1986 and a current member of its Council; elected Vice Chairman of the Law Reporting Council in 1993 and Chairman in 1997; appointed by the Government to the first Information Society Commission, 1997-2000, and Chairman of the Legal and Government Affairs Committee of the Commission, 1997-2000; Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies, University of London; former member of the Council of Convocation of the National University of Ireland; member of Committee of Scrutineers, Law Society of Ireland, 1988 to date.
Member of Editorial Board of European Counsel 3000/Global Counsel 3000, (1997-2002): Visiting Fellow and member of the Adjunct Faculty of Law, University College Dublin, 2000 to 2008; chairman of the Editorial Board of the Gazette of the Law Society of Ireland over a span of three decades; member of the Board of Directors of the Irish Centre for European Law, Trinity College Dublin; member of the Governing Council of the Faculty of Notaries Public in Ireland; Director of Education, Faculty of Notaries Public in Ireland, 2009 to date; Member of the International Union of Latin Notaries, 2009 to date; author of The Electronic Age: Telecommunication in Ireland (1993); consultant editor of The Irish Digest, 1994-99 published by the Law Reporting Council for Ireland; co-editor of, and contributor to, The Law Society of Ireland 1852-2002: Portrait of a Profession (2002); recipient of the National University of Ireland Galway award for Law, Public Service and Government, 2004; co-author of supplement to O’Connor’s The Irish Notary (2007); author of The Superior Courts of Law: ‘Official’ Law Reporting in Ireland 1866-2006 (2007): contributor for Ireland to Brooke's Notary 13th and 14th editions (Sweet & Maxwell) and author of numerous articles in various publications, nationally and internationally.