Details of the expenses paid to individual judges are to be made public for the first time following a decision by the Information Commissioner.Peter(...)

Garda Commissioner Noírín O’Sullivan, who said the release of any information that “could potentially increase public disquiet”. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

Security was the primary concern of judges supporting the withholding of their identities when releasing details of their expenses under Freedom of In(...)

The building at Parkgate Street in Dublin 8 is the largest courts project undertaken in the history of the State. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Services at the Criminal Courts of Justice, including window-cleaning, security and maintenance, cost €846,000 a month, the Courts Service has said(...)

Chief Justice Susan Denham  said gross funding for the Courts Service had decreased by a quarter since 2008. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

There will be “great and lasting damage” to the courts system if there are continued reductions in the courts budget, the Chief Justice has said.Speak(...)

Cuts to court services around the country have reached an unjustifiable level according to the Law Society

Cuts to court services around the country have reached an unjustifiable level and now pose a threat to “the very fabric of our justice system”, the(...)

Judge Rosemary Horgan: the default principle was now “open justice”

Judges have raised concerns about media access to court documents following the relaxing of the in camera (in private) rule in family law cases, acco(...)

The Courts Service says a reform of the operations of Dublin District Court would  make the best use of the facilities available in the Criminal Courts of Justice on Parkgate Street. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

Courts in Dún Laoghaire, Tallaght, Swords and Balbriggan would close under official proposals for an overhaul of Dublin’s District Courts. In what it (...)

Applications to the District Court made under domestic violence legislation increased from 10,652 in 2011 to 12,655 in 2012. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA Wire

Applications to the courts for protection from domestic violence have risen by almost 20 per cent, according to figures releas(...)

The number of community service orders (CSOs) issued to convicted people instead of imprisonment has fallen i(...)

Insolvency Service of Ireland director Lorcan O’Connor. A spokesman for the service said the insolvency system involved a “100-day process”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Only 11 protection certificates for debt resolution arrangements have been issued by the courts since the Insolvency Service of Ireland opened for bus(...)