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Myles Shevlin

Myles P. Shevlin (died 1990) was an Irish republican Dublin-based solicitor known as 'the Provisionals' "legal adviser"'[1] Shevlin represented several individuals accused of IRA membership and/or activity.

On 20 June 1972, he attended and took notes at a meeting of IRA representatives with William Whitelaw, the British Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, in London. The representatives included Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness and Dáithí Ó Conaill.[citation needed]


He died at his home in Dublin in 1990.


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