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In the Code of Conduct of the Bar of Ireland, adopted by a General Meeting of the Bar on 22 July 2019, it was decided that:

Directive 98/5/EC of the European Parliament allows qualified lawyers to practise permanently in any Member State, subject to certain requirements.

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