We are delighted to announce the publication of NILQ 72.3 Autumn 2021. The issue includes two timely new articles. ‘ The Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework as a “specialized international access and benefit-sharing instrument” under the Nagoya Protocol’ by Michelle Rourke and Mark Eccleston-Turner highlights influenza virus genetic resource-sharing mechanisms in this era of heightened anxiety about pandemics. The second, ‘”Survival of the fittest”? Perceptions of wellbeing at The Bar of Northern Ireland’ by Neil Graffin and Emma Jones, zeroes in on the Northern Ireland Bar in a piece that contributes to wider concerns about wellbeing in the legal profession.