The Supreme Court ruled the State was entitled to make a deportation order against Davit Arabuli after rejecting claims that his deportation  for an indefinite period breached his, and his family’s, rights under the Constitution and European Convention of Human Rights.

A couple from Georgia who tried to deceive the authorities in an attempt to secure asylum here, including using false allegations by the wife she had (...)

High Court president Mr Justice Nicholas  Kearns has granted the Law Society’s application to strike Paul D Madden off the roll of solicitors.

A solicitor has been struck off by the High Court after being found guilty of professional misconduct over a deficit of €1.4 million in client funds. (...)

 Cardinal Seán Brady. A brother, sister and their  cousin have appealed against the High Court dismissal of their action against the cardinal.  File  photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Irish Catholic Church authorities have been accused of extreme deceit and equitable fraud in a case involving settlements with victims of abuser Fr(...)

A detail from Portrait of a Bearded Man by Peter Paul Rubens.

A legal challenge by An Taisce has been brought alleging export licences were not lawfully issued for 10 paintings, some of which are scheduled for sa(...)

Denis O’Brien: will argue that permitting utterance about his banking arrangements to be made amounts to breach of his rights under the Constitution and European Convention on Human Rights.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Businessman Denis O’Brien has initiated a legal action against the Houses of the Oireachtas Commission and the State arising from speeches and remarks(...)

Simone Connington (34),  of Upper Dominick Street, Dublin,  after Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns dismissed her defamation action against a Dublin Bus driver. The judge said that ‘it is regrettable that civility and good manners seem to be a thing of the past where the interface between drivers and some members of the public is concerned’. Photograph:  Collins Courts

The President of the High Court has said it is “hard to understand” how Dublin Bus drivers are expected to deal with problems among passengers in add(...)

Donal Corrigan, formerly practising at St Agnes Road, Crumlin, Dublin, agreed in 2005 to sell his practice to Thomas Byrne who later sent Mr Corrigan a cheque for the purchase which bounced.  Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A solicitor who had an unblemished 40-year career until he agreed to sell his practice to jailed lawyer Thomas Byrne is never to seek work in the prof(...)

Gerard Williams Sandys and Bryan C Brophy, of Sandys and Brophy, Galway, failed in their challenge to a decision by the Law Society to refer a complaint about the alleged overcharging to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal

Two solicitors overcharged by €340,000 for their work on administering the estate of a woman who left €14 million to the St Vincent de Paul charitable(...)

Christopher Payne was attacked by a group of men at his Crumlin home on May 14th, 1988 and died six months later. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The High Court has halted the trial of a 63-year-old woman charged with intent to murder her husband 27 years ago. Philomena Coton, with an address at(...)

Gerry Walshe is seeking to appeal a refusal by  President of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns to allow him bring a petition challenging the May 22nd referendum result.

An application for a stay aimed at restraining the issuing of a certificate verifying the result of the same sex marriage referendum has been adjourne(...)