Ms Justice Mary Irvine said she  had decided to walk through the Round Hall in the Four Courts and along the corridors on the ground, first and second floors, every day this week, to observe what was happening.

Solicitors and barristers have been upbraided by the President of the High Court for failing to comply with the Covid-19 guidelines. The top judge sa(...)

The application for the orders arose after the boy suffered catastrophic injuries in a road collision in early summer.  Photograph:  Collins Courts.

The president of the High Court has agreed to a deferral of her decision to permit a hospital withhold invasive interventions should the condition of (...)

The judge noted the medical evidence is that the priest derives some benefit from the treatment. File photograph: Getty

The president of the High Court has made orders permitting the continuation of Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) treatment for an elderly priest sufferi(...)

High Court president Ms Justice Mary Irvine said she saw no good reason to depart from the Board’s decision and would confirm it.

A nurse has had her registration cancelled by the High Court after being found guilty of professional misconduct over falsifying prescriptions under w(...)

‘Simply no legal right or entitlement’ to detain the 18-year-old woman so as to protect those to whom she poses a serious risk, court rules

A traumatised and dangerous young woman must be released from a secure care unit despite the “imminent” risk she poses to the lives of her mother and (...)

The High Court heard the parents want the boy cared for in his mother’s home, with the necessary care assistance, or moved to his local hospital. File Photograph: Collins

A hospital wants High Court orders permitting it to withhold invasive interventions and administer a palliative care regime for a boy whom they believ(...)

Ms Justice Mary Irvine described the additional HSE offer of €900,000, to fund Jack Hegarty’s care until 2022 when his case will return to court, as excellent.

The President of the High Court has approved an additional €900,000 payment under a settlement of an action by a boy said to have “defied all odds” de(...)

The president of the High Court, Ms Justice Mary Irvine, said on Tuesday she was satisfied to take the woman into wardship. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A woman who sold her home for more than €1.5 million has been made a ward of court. The woman, a retired professional aged in her 60s, has no immedia(...)

The tribunal was established to allow an alternative to going to court for claims arising out of the CervicalCheck controversy.

Two judges have been appointed to the CervicalCheck tribunal set up to investigate negligence in the State’s cervical check screening programme. The(...)

The president of the High Court, Ms Justice Mary Irvine, made the strike-off order, on consent, in respect of Raphael M Gilmore, previously practising as Gilmore Solicitors, Bridge Street, Ringsend, Dublin

A solicitor who admitted allegations of professional misconduct, including allowing a deficit of €213,309 in client funds, has been struck off the ro(...)

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