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Dublin Law Firm Moran & Ryan solicitors
Off Address: 35 Arran Quay
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 7
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +353 – 1 – 8725622
Fax no: +353-1-8725404
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: Moran & Ryan solicitors in Dublin is a full service Irish law firm. Our solicitors act for individuals, small business and large corporations in every legal forum, both in Ireland and overseas. We provide expert, practical and cost effective solutions in every area of the law. With offices conveniently located in Dublin city centre and in Newry, Co Down, we provide a truly all Ireland service. The law firm was established in 1893 and is a fast-moving, progressive and practical legal practice with a very realistic view of what our clients expect from a law firm. Our approach is friendly, straightforward and extremely effective. We believe in listening carefully to our clients, to find out what they really want. We believe in innovation; in moving with the times, and in doing whatever it takes to get the job done properly.
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Dublin Law Firm Carvill Rickard & Co. Solicitors

Off Address: Watermill House, 1 Main Street, Raheny
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 5
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +353 1 8312163
Fax no: +353 1 8312452
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: We are an experienced firm of solicitors based in Raheny, Dublin 5 and serving clients locally, nationally and internationally. The firm was established in 1988 with Elaine Callan and Seamus Whelan now at the helm. We specialise in Family Law (Divorce, Separation Agreements, Judicial Separations, Custody disputes to name a few) Business Law (Shareholders agreements, Share Purchase Agreements, Leasing, Franchise Agreements, Agency Agreements, Distribution Agreements, SME Mergers and Acquisitions) *Personal Injury Law (Road Traffic Accidents, Accidents at Work, General Accident Claims and Injuries Board Applications*), Probate (Wills, Grants of Administration, Will Disputes) and House Purchases and Sales (including remortgages, letting agreements, Top ups, Debt Negotiation) . However we have a broad range of experience in other areas such as Employment Law, Debt and Insolvency Law, Wills and Estate Planning and General Litigation.
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Dublin Law Firm FR Kelly
Off Address: FRKelly, 27 Clyde Road,
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 4
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +353 1 231 4848
Fax no: +353 1 614 4756
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: FRKelly is a leading specialist in intellectual property law. Working with world-class institutions, corporate clients, academic and research institutes and SMEs, we offer a range of patent, trade mark, design and copyright services; always with a professional and client-focused approach.
Area of Practice: Arbitration, Mediation, Banking, Business Litigation, Child Custody, Child Support, Collection, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights, Consumer Law, Contract, Copyright, Corporation, Partnership, Criminal, Divorce/Domestic Relations, Family Law, General Practice, Immigration, Intellectual Property, International, Patent, Trademark, Personal Injury-Plaintiffs, Personal Injury-Defense, Privacy Law, Real Estate, Sexual Harassment
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Dublin Law Firm Richard Grogan & Associates Solicitors
Off Address: 16 – 17 College Green
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 9
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +01 6177856
Fax no: +01 6177857
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: The firm of Richard Grogan & Associates was opened at 16-17 College Green, Dublin 2, by Richard Grogan on the 5th January 2009. We are recognised as a specialist law firm. We aim to provide a specialised top class quality service to our clients in our areas of expertise being Employment Law, Probate, Taxation and Personal Injuries and Accident claims*. Honesty, integrity and a quality legal service based on absolute confidentiality and best practice is our aim when acting for our clients whether it is an employment, accident, taxation or probate case. For us integrity and honesty means telling you what you need to hear not what you may want to hear. We provide honest unbiased top quality advice and representation for our clients. Our job is to represent you to the best of our ability. We specialise in limited areas of Law. This allows us to develop our legal expertise in those areas to give you the best possible service we can. If we can help you we will tell you. If we cannot or do not believe you have a claim we will tell you. Giving honest unbiased advice in a simple straightforward fashion and not using legal jargon is our trademark.
Area of Practice: Admiralty/Maritime, Adoption, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Mediation, Aviation, Banking, Bankruptcy-Creditors, Bankruptcy-Debtors, Business Litigation, Child Custody, Child Support, Collection, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights, Collection/Creditors, Computer, Condemnation, Construction, Consumer Law, Contract, Copyright, Corporation / Partnership, Creditors Rights, Criminal, Divorce/Domestic Relations, Education, Elder Law, Employment, Entertainment, Environmental, Family Law, Finance, Firearms Law, Food Drug, Foreclosure, Franchise Law, General Practice, Government, Health Care Law, Immigration, Indian Law, Insurance, Intellectual Property, International, Labor-Employers, Labor-Workers, Land Use, Landlord/Tenant, Lemon Law, Libel/Slander, Malpractice-Plaintiff, Military Law, Not For Profit, Patent, Trademark, Pension, Profit Sharing, Personal Injury-Plaintiffs, Personal Injury-Defense, Phen-Fen Redux, Privacy Law, Probate, Products Liability, Real Estate, Securities, Arbitration, Sexual Harassment, Social Security, Sports Law, Tax Traffic, Wills, Trusts, Estates, Workers Compensation
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Dublin Law Firm Matheson
Off Address: 70 Sir John Rogerson's Quay
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 2
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +353 1 232 2000
Fax no: +353 1 232 3333
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: Matheson’s primary focus is on serving the Irish legal needs of international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland. Our clients include over half of the Fortune 100 companies. We also advise 7 of the top 10 global technology brands and over half of the world’s 50 largest banks. Our Dublin office, located in the Docklands area of the city, represents a state-of-the-art hub for the firm, and contains over 200 offices and 20 client meeting rooms. With more than 600 people, the lawyers in our Dublin office advise clients across more than 20 dedicated practice areas, and dovetails seamlessly with our three international offices. This allows us to offer an unparalleled depth of experience and expertise both for our international and domestic clients.
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Dublin Law Firm Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors
Off Address: 22 Fitzwilliam Place
DX 109060 Fitzwilliam
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 2
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +(0) 1 234 0044
Fax no: +(0) 1 234 0047
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors Dublin is a full services solicitors practice based in Dublin 2 acting for both business and private clients in a comprehensive range of areas. We value our client relationships knowing that the most effective marketing strategy we have is a satisfied client. We understand that clients need to be kept informed as to how their file is progressing and accordingly have invested in technology and management systems to ensure that we are able to provide clients with an advanced legal service in today’s digital era earning us a reputation for being responsive, accessible, efficient and innovative.
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Dublin Law Firm Philip Lee
Off Address: 7/8 Wilton Terrace
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 2
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +353 1 237 3700
Fax no: +353 1 678 7794
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: Philip Lee is a specialist commercial law firm that has continued to adapt to its clients’ needs since it was established in 1993. With offices in Dublin and Brussels, the firm has expanded from its signature EU, Procurement & Competition law focus to incorporate market-leading expertise in a number of sectors and legal service areas, most notably:
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Dublin Law Firm Gibson & Associates Solicitors Dublin
Off Address: 331 the Capel Building, St Mary’s Abbey
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode:7
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +01 872 3143
Fax no: +01 872 3143
lawyer email Email: [email protected]
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: Gibson & Associates are specialists in Insurance Law/Arbitration, Personal Injury Compensation Law, Insolvency Law and Immigration. As a well-established firm of Solicitors we have a vast amount of experience in a wide range of cases in our particular areas of expertise. The firm has a strong reputation for delivering high quality advice and excellent results for clients.
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Dublin Law Firm James Watters & Co Solicitors
Off Address: Richmond Office Suite, Richmond Square, Morning Star Avenue
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 7
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +353 1 8724717
Fax no: +353 1 8736087
lawyer email Email: [email protected]icitors.ie
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: We are a professional Solicitors Practice based in a central location beside the Four Courts in Dublin City Centre. If you have been injured, the last thing you should be worried about is fighting for justice, that is our job. If you are a non-national we have been dealing with immigration and citizenship, asylum law and visa application for many years. If you have a road traffic prosecution we can assist you. If you have a family law or employment law matter, then we are also here to help. We can provide full translation services for our clients from Chinese, Romanian, Russian and Spanish.
Area of Practice: Aggravated or simple assault, Disorderly conduct, Domestic assault, Drug Cases, Homicide and Homicide by vehicle, Possession offenses, Retail theft, Shoplifting, Weapons charges, Defense of any criminal offense, Commercial driver's licenses, Driving during suspension or revocation, Reckless or careless driving, School bus violations, Serious traffic offenses, Speeding, VASCAR, radar, infrared, laser and all other speed timing devices
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 Law Firm McGarr Solicitors
Off Address: 12 City Gate, Lower Bridge St.
Dublin 8, Ireland
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Courty
Firm Description: Personal Injury Ireland is not a claims agency, and is not associated with any other agency, insurance company, or firm. Unlike a claims agency, we are qualified to handle your personal injury claim directly. Via this site we are happy to offer the following information:A way to contact us about your claim, Information on the steps open to you to seek compensation, Information on the usual compensation for injuries of your description. We are fully confident in our ability to help our clients. There is no obligation for you to proceed with your claim once you have contacted us. If you do choose to proceed, we will work hard to ensure your claim reaches the best possible outcome and does not cause you avoidable stress or worry.
Area of practice: Commercial and Corporate, Wills, Probate and Estate Planning, Family Law, Conveyancing, Litigation and Personal Injury, Charities, Rural and Agricultural, Employment, Landlord and Tenant
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 Law Firm Brophy Solicitors
Off Address: 46A Patrick Street, Dun Laoghaire
Dublin, Ireland
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +353(0)16797930
Fax no: +353(0)16797954
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: Brophy Solicitors is a leading Irish rights based Dublin Law Firms specialising in legal advice and assistance for individuals and small businesses.
Area of Practice: Business Law, Defamation, Dispute Resolution, Employment Law, Family Law, Human Rights, Intellectual Property & Information Technology, Judicial Review, Law Relating to the Elderly, Litigation, Personal Injuries
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 Law Firm Hayes solicitors
Off Address: Lavery House, Earlsfort Terrace
Dublin, Ireland
Pincode: 2
lawyer PhoneUser Tel No: +35316624747
Court of Practice: High Court, Lower Court
Firm Description: Hayes has earned a reputation for providing high quality advice and outstanding client service in our core practice areas: Commercial & Business; Banking & Financial Services; Property; Employment; Healthcare; Family; Insolvency & Restructuring; Litigation & Dispute Resolution; Regulatory & Administrative Law and Media. Our services also cover specialist advice in a wide range of related areas, many of which are specific to industry sectors.
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Dublin District Family Law Office

Address Ground floor, Dolphin House, East Essex Street, Dublin 2
Phone: +353 (0)18886349/6344/6368
Fax: +353 (0) 1 671 7903

Business dealt with;
# Domestic violence
# Guardianship of children
# Maintenance of spouses and children
# Matters relating to passport applications
# Blood tests to determine parentage

The Supreme Court of Ireland

The Supreme Court, established pursuant to Article 34 of the Constitution of Ireland, is the court of final appeal in Ireland.

Composition of the court
The Supreme Court is composed of the Chief Justice of Ireland, who is President of the Court, and nine ordinary judges. The President of the Court of Appeal and the President of the High Court are, ex officio, members of the Supreme Court.

The Court usually sits with a composition of three or five judges and, exceptionally, seven judges. When hearing cases concerning the constitutional validity of an Act of the Oireachtas (parliament) the Constitution requires that the court consists of a minimum of five judges. This requirement also applies when the Court is requested to give an opinion on the constitutional validity of a Bill adopted by the Oireachtas when referred to it by the President of Ireland under Article 26 of the Constitution. A minimum of five judges is also required should the Court have to determine, pursuant to Article 12 of the Constitution, whether the President has become permanently incapacitated.

The Chief Justice or a Supreme Court judge may sit alone to hear certain interlocutory and procedural applications.

Order of Precedence among the judges
The Courts of Justice Act 1924, as amended, provides for the order of precedence between judges of the Supreme Court as follows:

(i) the Chief Justice;

(ii) the President of the Court of Appeal;

(iii) the President of the High Court;

(iv) the judges of the Supreme Court who are former Chief Justice each according to priority of his or her appointment as Chief Justice;

(v) the other judges of the Supreme Court each according to priority of appointment as an ordinary judge of the Supreme Court;

(vi) the judges of the Court of Appeal who are ex officio judges of the Supreme Court (being former presidents of the Court of Appeal or of the High Court) each according to priority of his or her appointment as President of the Court of Appeal or of the High Court respectively;

(vii) the judges of the High Court who are ex officio judges of the Supreme Court (being former presidents of the High Court), each according to priority of his or her appointment as President of the High Court.

Appellate jurisdiction
Significant changes were made to the Supreme Court's appellate jurisdiction with the coming into effect on the 28th October 2014 of the amendments comprised in the Thirty-third Amendment of the Constitution ('the Thirty-third Amendment'). The Court of Appeal was established on 28th October 2014 ('the establishment day') under that Amendment.

With effect from the establishment day, the Supreme Court exercises, subject to such regulations as may be prescribed by law, appellate jurisdiction -

(a) from a decision of the Court of Appeal if the Supreme Court is satisfied that the decision involves a matter of general public importance, or in the interests of justice it is necessary that there be an appeal to the Supreme Court (Article 34.5.3° of the Constitution) and

(b) from a decision of the High Court if the Supreme Court is satisfied that thereare exceptional circumstances warranting a direct appeal to it - a precondition for the Supreme Court being so satisfied is the presence of either or both of the following factors - the decision involves a matter of general public importance; the interests of justice (Article 34.5.4° of the Constitution).

Jurisdiction transferred to the Court of Appeal
Appeals in civil proceedings from the High Court which prior to the Thirty-third Amendment would have been heard by the Supreme Court now lie to the Court of Appeal, except for those cases in which the Supreme Court has permitted an appeal to it on being satisfied that the appeal meets the threshold set out in Article 34.5.4° of the Constitution. In addition, questions of law which could previously be referred by the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court for determination (a 'case stated') are now determinable by the Court of Appeal.

Under the transitional arrangements comprised in the Thirty-third Amendment, the Chief Justice was given liberty with the agreement of the other judges of the Supreme Court, to direct that specified appeals pending in the Supreme Court which had been initiated before the establishment day and had not been fully or partly heard by that court shall be heard and determined by the Court of Appeal.

Original jurisdiction
The Thirty-third Amendment did not affect the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court which in effect consists of the function under Article 26 of the Constitution. Article 26 provides for a reference to the Supreme Court by the President of Ireland, after consultation with the Council of State, of Bills of the type prescribed in that Article for a decision as to whether any such Bill or specified provision(s) thereof is repugnant to the Constitution. Should the court decide that the Bill, or any of its provisions, is incompatible with the Constitution it may not be signed or promulgated as law by the President.

The Supreme Court also has limited original jurisdiction under Article 12.3.1° of the Constitution. Article 12.3.1° of the Constitution provides that only the Supreme Court, consisting of not less than five judges, can establish whether the President of Ireland has become permanently incapacitated.

Constitutional jurisdiction
Article 34.4.5° of the Constitution provides that no law may be enacted excepting from the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court cases which involve questions as to the validity of any law having regard to the provisions of the Constitution. As a result, the Supreme Court may be said to function as a constitutional court as it is the final arbiter in interpreting the Constitution of Ireland. This is a role of particular importance in Ireland, since the Constitution expressly permits the courts to review any law, whether passed before or after the enactment of the Constitution, in order to ascertain whether it is in conformity with the Constitution. While such cases must be brought in the first instance in the High Court, there is an appeal from every such decision to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. Subordinate legislation and administrative decisions may also be subjected to such constitutional scrutiny.

Pronouncement of decisions
Occasionally, a decision of the Supreme Court is given directly following the hearing of an appeal in an ex tempore judgment. More often, the court reserves its judgment and delivers it at a later date.

The Supreme Court is a collegiate court, always consisting of a number of judges. The decision of the Supreme Court is that of the majority. Each judge in a case may deliver a separate judgment whether concurring or dissenting (including cases involving the constitutionality of an Act of the Oireachtas). The exception to this practice arises in the case where a Bill is referred to the Supreme Court by the President under Article 26 ofthe Constitution. In such cases the Constitution provides that the decision shall be pronounced by such judge as the court shall direct and that no other opinion on such question shall be pronounced nor shall the existence of any such other opinion be disclosed.

Administration of justice in public
The Constitution provides that justice shall be administered in public in all courts in Ireland, including the Supreme Court, save in such special and limited cases as may be prescribed by law. Supreme Court sittings in the vast majority of cases are therefore open to the public, with exceptions including those cases concerning family law and particular sexual offences.

In addition, the Court of Appeal Act 2014 provides that the Supreme Court does not have to hold an oral hearing in certain cases. These include cases where a person is applying to the Supreme Court for leave to appeal a decision of the Court of Appeal or the High Court. However, all decisions are publicly available.