Ian Bailey arriving at the Cour of Appeal in the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Ian Bailey has lost most grounds of his appeal against a High Court jury’s rejection of his civil action for damages against the Garda Commissioner an(...)

Minister for Justice  Charlie Flanagan  and  Chief Justice Susan Denham at  the annual report of the Courts Service for 2016 in  Smithfield. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Cabinet is expected to choose the new chief justice from a shortlist of three candidates at its final meeting before the summer recess on Wednesda(...)

Ian Bailey: he  has appealed  a High Court jury’s dismissal of his claim that various gardaí conspired to frame him for the  murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier

The mother of Sophie Toscan du Plantier has said the decision by the Irish courts not to extradite Ian Bailey to face trial in France is “simply scand(...)

Five men who sued over alleged abuse as children in Christian Brothers’ schools have failed in their attempt to have their damages actions against the(...)

Former Irish Nationwide CEO Michael Fingleton. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Central Bank has rejected as “nonsense” claims by former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive Michael Fingleton he cannot lawfully be(...)

Ian Bailey arrives  at the Four Courts  with his partner, Jules Thomas for a Court of Appeal hearing. Photograph: Collins

A High Court judge “unfairly disparaged” Marie Farrell, a key witness for Ian Bailey, during his civil case for damages against the Garda Commissioner(...)

Catherine Nevin pictured after her conviction  in 2000. Photograph: Collins

Catherine Nevin’s conviction for the murder of her husband Tom can be used in a case aimed at stopping her inheriting any part of his estate, the Cour(...)

A number of CHC’s 2,000 investors were in court for Thursday’s proceedings. Photograph: iStock

The High Court will deal next March with matters relating to the compensation of investors in the collapsed Custom House Capital (CHC) investment firm(...)

Alan Shatter with Enda Kenny: The former minister for justice  wants the Guerin report amended and a new version given to the Taoiseach. Photograph: The Irish Times

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter has asked the Court of Appeal to make orders quashing “enormously damaging” parts of the Guerin report that c(...)

Retired judge Barry White  says he has a constitutional right to work and needs to do so out of economic necessity. Photograph: Collins

The Court of Appeal has reserved judgment on an appeal by the Minister for Justice’s against a finding that retired judge Barry White can resume pract(...)