Court summons backlog in Ireland
Our Partner Matthew de Courcy, tells RTÉ that the issue relates to resources. "There needs to be a significant number of additional judges appointed to process and to service the existing caseload,"
What are the “pillars” of sentencing?
Sentencing in criminal law cases in Ireland is guided by a number of principles and objectives, referred to as the “pillars” of sentencing.
What is Guardianship?
In family law in Ireland, guardianship refers to the legal responsibility and authority of a parent or other person to make decisions...
Inadequate State Services are failing families!
In 2014, Frances Fitzgerald the then minister for Justice, announced that the site at Hammond Lane, sandwiched between Smithfield and the Four Courts in Dublin, was to be the home to a new purpose built family and childcare complex.
Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence: A commentary on The Department of Justice Audit Report (14/07/21)
Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence: An Audit of Structures
KOD Lyons close to €7k target after coast-to-coast cycle
IRISH LEGAL NEWS: Staff at KOD Lyons are close to meeting their €7,000 fundraising target after a coast-to-coast cycle from Dublin to Galway in aid of Solas Project and Rainbows Ireland.