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Aoife Bennett: Her family claims the administration of the Pandemrix vaccine to combat   swine flu  was badly mismanaged.   Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

It is not unusual to see people nodding off during long, complex legal proceedings, but there is great heartbreak associated with the phenomenon in a (...)

The Supreme Court, in a significant judgment concerning the rights of a 96-year-old woman with dementia and wards of court, has stressed it is ‘essential’ that the voices of such persons are heard. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

The Supreme Court, in a significant judgment concerning the rights of a 96-year-old woman with dementia and wards of court, has stressed it is “essent(...)

Emma DeSouza and her US born husband Jake.Ms DeSouza is considering further legal action. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

An Irish woman who lost a ruling identifying her as British by birth under UK law is exploring whether she can lodge a complaint to the UN over a brea(...)

Emma DeSouza and her US born husband Jake arrive for a press conference in  Belfast on Monday. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The assertion that Irish citizens born in Northern Ireland are British makes a mockery of the Belfast Agreement’s equal citizenship and identity right(...)

Court of Appeal says Minister for Justice is now obliged to ‘clarify with precision’ the reason for his refusal the judge said.

A teenage girl who has lived in Ireland with her eastern European parents since 2012, and whose five year old sister was born here, has won her appeal(...)

A man jailed for a one-punch assault which left his victim with ‘life-changing’ injuries has had his  jail term cut in half by the Court of Appeal. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

A man jailed for a one-punch assault which left his victim with “life-changing” injuries has had his 4½-year jail term cut in half by the Court of App(...)

A file image showing the property at Falsk, near Strokestown in Co Roscommon after private security operatives were forced from the property by a group of masked men in December 2018. Photograph: Brian Farrell

The Co Roscommon family whose farm was the centre of a controversial eviction last year have been given a month to vacate their home. In his judgmen(...)

The Court of Appeal  also found the High Court had erred in making a finding that the man’s  house was not reasonably fit for human habitation when that had not been pleaded.

A man who was awarded €105,000 by a High Court judge after he claimed he slipped on tiles on the front porch of his local authority home will have to (...)

Court of Appeal: men wanted in Northern Ireland are awaiting the result of a legal challenge. Photograph: Alan Betson

Lawyers for two Dublin men wanted in Northern Ireland for the alleged attempted murder of a PSNI officer must wait to hear the outcome of their lates(...)

Between 33 and 40 per cent of the cases being heard by the Irish Supreme Court have a significant European Union law element, Chief Justice, Frank Clarke said on Wednesday night. File photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

The Chief Justice has said a recent run of environmental cases in the Supreme Court had led to jokes it was becoming the protector of rare bird specie(...)

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