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--2600:100E:B027:1CE2:90C3:39B9:A1F6:3AB8 (talk) 19:50, 26 November 2021 (UTC)
--2600:100E:B027:1CE2:90C3:39B9:A1F6:3AB8 (talk) 19:51, 26 November 2021 (UTC)
(from  Art Cosgrove article))
In 2007 former University President of University College Dublin, Art Cosgrove obtained the Barrister-at-Law degree qualification from King's Inns but declined to take the statutory Irish exams needed to be called to the Bar. He took legal action over the issue. Cosgrove is understood to be fluent in Irish but feels that the exam required by legislation passed in 1929 to be inappropriate in 2007. The law was changed to provide a system for Barristers to learn Irish as part of their studies.
It was then reported that, after a period of illness preceding July 2008, he would become a Barrister in October 2008. Did this ever happen?
--Bogger (talk) 16:50, 6 December 2021 (UTC)