The man was an asylum applicant when he married the woman in Ireland in February 2010.

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal concerning the rights of individuals who enter into civil marriages that are later deemed to be marriag(...)

Appeal documents filed on behalf of the Minister for Education Joe McHugh show he will argue that no such right to a third level education  exists Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Should every individual have a right to access higher or further education after they leave school? It’s a question which lies at the heart of the Mi(...)

Rebecca Carter: won a landmark case in the High Court after her points were inaccurately added up.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The Minister for Education is to argue that no individual has a right of access to higher education in an appeal against a landmark ruling in favour o(...)

Statistics from the Courts Service show that asylum and immigration cases accounted for 497 new judicial review cases in 2017, more than the 464 taken in all other areas of the law

New rules for asylum and immigration disputes make practising that area of law less attractive, according to solicitor Wendy Lyon, who specialises in (...)

Mr Justice Richard Humphreys  rejected arguments the man’s claims were dismissed ‘out of hand’ and said they were ‘simply rejected’.

A Nigerian man who claimed his family was attacked and his mother killed after his Muslim father converted to Christianity has lost his High Court cas(...)

The court heard that Mr Flannery was suspicious of the VAT regime and general accounting regime being operated by the two companies

A former sales manager with a pet food supplier has secured a temporary High Court injunction requiring his ex-employers to stop publishing allegedly (...)

A child with albinism in Malawi. Photograph: Reuters

A man who claimed he fled Malawi after his sister was murdered due to having albinism has won his High Court challenge over being refused subsidiary (...)

Veterinary student Rebecca Carter at the UCD Students Union on her first day of college following her High Court appeal case to get a marking mistake fixed. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Leaving Certificate students who appeal their results will from next year get their results in time to start their chosen college course in the same a(...)

 Rebecca Carter with her parents Annemaire and  Niall  following her successful High Court action. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney/Collins

A High Court judge has said situations such as that experienced by students like Rebecca Carter, whose Leaving Cert exam points were wrongly totted up(...)

The High Court judgment in the Rebecca Carter case has brought into sharp relief a number of fundamental flaws in how we now administer the Leaving Ce(...)

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