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Order remains in place despite the coming into force  of an amendment to a controversial section of the Children Act. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

An application by RTÉ to lift a court order which prevents a convicted child murderer and his victim from being publicly identified has been adjourned(...)

A total bar on naming children who have been the subject of court cases came into effect last October following a Court of Appeal ruling. Photograph: Getty Images

Child victims of homicide can be named publicly from Friday onwards, following legislation signed into law last week. A total bar on naming children (...)

Businessman Jerry Beades is the registered owner, but not an occupant, of two mortgaged properties that  were made subject of High Court possession orders in 2008. File Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A “greedy” fund’s court application could see 20 people being evicted in the middle of a pandemic if they do not leave two Dublin properties where the(...)

 Students wear masks at a school  in Budapest, Hungary. File Photograph: Zsolt Szigetvary/EPA

Two children whose return to their mother was opposed by their Irish-based father because of the mandatory wearing of masks in French schools must be (...)

Five people jailed over their roles in an IRA “inquiry” of suspected informants carried out at a house in Dublin have lost their Supreme Court appeals(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross spoke against new guidelines for personal injury awards. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The judge who manages personal injury litigation in the High Court argued against the adoption of new guidelines designed to reduce the level of such (...)

The Minister says the finding has “significant potential consequences”, including regarding any development of revised means of assessing academic attainment, that is other than conventional exams.  File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Minister for Education is seeking a Supreme Court appeal over findings the constitutional rights of two home-schooled students were breached by th(...)

Mr Justice Richard Humphreys stepped down last week from the LRC with immediate effect

High Court judge Mr Justice Richard Humphreys has resigned from his position on the Law Reform Commission (LRC), less than seven months into a five-ye(...)

The woman suffered a severe crushing injury to the finger when the door at the Donegal bar closed on it, which ultimately resulted in its tip being amputated. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The Court of Appeal has overturned an award of €56,250 damages to a woman whose little finger tip was ultimately amputated after a door used by her to(...)

The Court of Appeal dismissed the appellants’ core argument that an unlawfully detained person can be refused compensatory damages if it can be shown, had they not been unlawfully detained, they could and would have been lawfully detained. File photograph: Dave Meehan

The Garda Commissioner and State have failed to overturn an award of €7,500 compensatory damages made to an asylum seeker over being unlawfully detain(...)

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