Courts Service News: 2019
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Latest issue: July 2019
As the end of another legal year is upon us, we have a bumper issue filled with news from around the courts.
Details of the work of the courts in 2018 were published in the Annual Report. Chief Justice Frank Clarke commended the work of the Court of Appeal and called for support for the eFiling of Applications for Leave to Appeal. Licensing applications have now gone online for Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim and Louth.
Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan welcomed the ongoing improvements in the Courts Service.
The number of judges in the Court of Appeal is set to increase while news of the establishment of a Judicial Council was announced.
We have news of the Courts Service launching a Twitter account in advance of the roll out our new website, a prize for Cork Courthouse in the RIAI awards, the Courts Service Innovation Network, our continuing outreach to the community and much much more!
We are saying goodbye to retiring colleagues; and are remembering others who died in recent months.
We also have our regular features: appointments, practice and procedure and ‘Through the Lens'.
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You can view the magazine here: COURTS SERVICE NEWS ISSUE 2 July 2019