Office of the Court of Appeal - Civil

Ground Floor, Áras Uí Dhálaigh, Inns Quay, Dublin 7. D07 N972
+353 1 888 6120/ 6121/ 6127
Opening Hours: 
Monday to Friday: 10.00 - 16.30
Book Appointment
Opening Hours: 
Monday to Friday: 10.00 - 16.30
Other Information: 

Virtual Tour

Click on the link to take an interactive virtual tour of our court building.

Hours of business:

Christmas Eve: 10.00 - 13.00

Closed: 'Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Day and the 7 next following days, St. Patrick's Day, Good Friday, Monday and Tuesday in Easter Week and the days duly appointed to be observed as public holidays in public offices - Order 118 RSC.

Note that the Office opening hours are regulated by Order 118 of the Rules of the Superior Courts.




Written Submissions:  In MS Word format

In addition to filing a hard copy of the submissions in the court office within the timeline set down by the court, parties to an appeal are requested to email a MS Word version of the submissions to the above address.


Order requests:

Orders of the Court of Appeal, when perfected, are noted on High Court Search.  Use High Court Search to check if an order has been perfected.

plain copy of a perfected order of the Court of Appeal will be emailed (free of charge) to any party to the appeal on receipt of a request via email to the above address identifying the date of the order, the title of the case, the appeal number and the party on whose behalf the request is made.

An attested copy of a perfected order is available from the court office to any party to the appeal on payment of the prescribed fee in the sum of €15.00 by way of stamped fee sheet unless exempt under the Fees Order. All such requests should be emailed to the above address or made in person at the court office. The Stamp Office is situated on the first floor of Áras Uí Dhálaigh. An attested copy may also be posted to any party to the appeal on receipt of the necessary fee sheet.

DX: Courts Service Court of Appeal - 262001 - Áras Uí Dhálaigh


Electronic Written Judgments:

Written judgments of courts will be delivered by means of a copy of the judgment being sent electronically to the parties and a copy, subject to such redactions as would ordinarily apply, being posted as soon as possible on the Courts Service website. The date and time of delivery to the parties will be notified in the Legal Diary . 

The parties will be invited to communicate electronically with the Court on issues arising (if any) out of the judgment such as the precise form of order which requires to be made or questions concerning costs. If there are such issues and the parties do not agree in this regard concise written submissions should be filed electronically with the Office of the Court, to, within 14 days of delivery subject to any other direction given in the judgment.