Here you will find information on the High Court, its practices and procedures and on interacting with the Central Office of the High Court
High Court procedures are adapting to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, for the latest arrangements and procedures please follow this link.
The High Court can determine all matters and questions, whether of law or fact, civil or criminal.
Find out what you need to do from starting a case to getting a hearing date in the High Court
Find out what you need to know about being in Court.
Find out what you need to know after your case has been heard.
The Central Office of the High Court is located in the Four Courts, Inns Quay, Dublin 7. The office may be contacted in a number of ways.
How to obtain judgment in the Central Office and enforce a monetary judgment
A list of Frequently Asked Questions
The Commercial Court is a division of the High Court.
Find information on changing your name by deed poll here
The Office of the Examiner is an Office of The High Court.
Information on Wardship and Enduring Powers of Attorney
Formerly known as the Taxing Masters Office
Click for more information on the Central Criminal Court.
Click for more information on the Special Criminal Court.
Click for more information on miscellaneous High Court notices.