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We include below articles of general interest from the Irish media:
        
ArticleSourceDate
Court grants repossession orders on seven family homesThe Irish TimesDec 15th, 2015
Inquiry on legality of woman’s detention for contempt orderedThe Irish TimesDec 10th, 2015
Specialist family law courts to be set up through legislationThe Irish TimesNov 25th, 2015
Girl (14) settles case over injuries at birth for total of €11.6 millionThe Irish TimesNov 25th, 2015
Ruling means higher damages for victims of catastropic injuriesThe Irish TimesNov 5th, 2015
Seven women sue consultant guilty of poor performanceThe Irish IndepenentOct 27th, 2015
Children taken into care following neglect allegationsThe Irish TimesOct 12th, 2015
Mother loses claim for injury to baby during deliveryThe Irish TimesSept 29th, 2015
Gardaí able to print drink-drive results in Irish but did not do soThe Irish TimesSept 23rd, 2015
Speed charges dropped in camera contract rowThe Irish TimesSept 21st, 2015
Parental alienation: one father’s experienceThe Irish TimesSept 15th, 2015
Parental alienation should be criminal offence, says groupThe Irish TimesSept 15th, 2015
Woman had hair ripped out in clumps, court toldThe Irish TimesSept 15th, 2015
Home repossessions accelerate to 60 each weekThe Irish TimesAugust 6th, 2015
Man had coins in mouth in a bid to interfere with breath test after drink drive arrest - courtThe Irish IndependentAugust 5th, 2015
Woman awarded €12,000 after being pepper sprayedThe Irish TimesJuly 22nd, 2015
Boy with cerebral palsy receives further €450,000 paymentThe Irish TimesJuly 8th, 2015
Hotel faces trial after worker fell from scaffoldingThe Irish TimesJune 23, 2015
Temple Street apologises over ‘failings’ in care of boyThe Irish TimesJune 17, 2015
Aldi wins High Court case against Dunnes Stores over misleading advertisingThe Irish TimesJune 9, 2015
Ireland sleepwalking into legalisation of assisted suicide, opponents warnThe Irish TimesJune 9, 2015
Man entitled to 45% of late partner’s estate, High Court rulesThe Irish TimesMay 15 2015
Judges are ill-equipped to decide on child’s interestsThe Irish TimesApril 21, 2015
Judges are ill-equipped to decide on child’s interestsThe Irish TimesApril 21, 2015
Woman who owed €18,000 arrears saves Dublin apartmentThe Irish TimesApril 16, 2015
Woman ‘humiliated’ by bus driver awarded €10,500The Irish TimesApril 16, 2015
Jail warning for man guilty of €15,000 dole fraudThe Irish TimesApril 7, 2015
If women are to give medical consent, they must have all the informationThe Irish TimesMarch 31, 2015
Retired painter left man with brain damage after punching him in row over €5The Irish IndependentMarch 30, 2015
Worker claims she was unfairly dismissed from Ryanair after taking time off for cancer treatmentThe Irish IndependentMarch 16, 2015
Farmer’s ex-wife to get €900,000 in asset-division rulingThe Irish TimesMarch 3, 2015
Woman wins legal battle with former partner over houseThe Irish TimesFeb 16, 2015
Two businessmen cleared of forging man's willThe Irish IndependentFeb 3, 2015
How to protect your children from the worst effects of divorceThe Irish TimesJan 27, 2015
Divorce: the courtroom experienceThe Irish TimesJan 27, 2015
Judge says Start Mortgages can repossess couple’s homeThe Irish TimesJan 13, 2015
Guardian appointed for mother of child in State careThe Irish TimesJan 12, 2015
Couple face massive legal bill after losing High Court case over a 'few feet of hedge'The Irish IndendentDec 12, 2014
Man withdraws damages action against Spar for fall on wet matThe Irish IndendentDec 1, 2014
'A horrific nightmare' - harrowing evidence from father whose wife died after giving birthThe Irish TimesDec 1, 2014
Deceased woman’s appeal cannot survive her deathThe Irish TimesNov 20, 2014
Galway man denied squatters’ rights after living in house for 16 yearsThe JournalNov 20, 2014
Man in court on dangerous driving charge following crash that killed boy (4)Irish TimesNov 18, 2014
Child to have access to parents six weeks on, -six weeks offIrish TimesNov 18, 2014
Man to get lump sum over brain injuryIrish TimesNov 11, 2014
€2.75m interim settlement for Tipperary boy (12) brain injured before birthIrish TimesOct 28, 2014
Boy with ADHD sues over refusal of disability allowanceIrish TimesOct 20, 2014
Boy who suffered brain injuries at birth to receive €2 millionIrish TimesOct 14, 2014
Schoolgirl hit with chair by pupil is awarded €22,500Irish TimesOct 14, 2014
Blind teenager awarded €3.2m for surgery delay after birthIrish TimesOct 9, 2014
Dhara's husband tells of relief at verdict of 'medical misadventure'Irish IndependentSept 30, 2014
Mother regains joint custody of boys after moving back to WestIrish TimesSept 12, 2014
Drogheda consultant apologises for death of patientIrish TimesSept 1, 2014
Divorcing couples face mandatory counselling to stave off court actionIrish IndependentAugust 11, 2014
Sea-change call on how law deals with divorceIrish IndependentAugust 10, 2014
Woman in intensive care bringing case against hospital over ‘unwarranted’ symphysiotomyIrish JournalJuly 9, 2014
Adoption body need not inform natural fathers, court rulesThe Irish TimesJune 25, 2014
Judges concerned about media access to affidavits in family law casesThe Irish TimesJune 9, 2014
In three hours, 160 whittled to jury of 15 for Anglo trialThe Irish TimesFebruary 3, 2014
Shatter hails unanimous Dáil support for same-sex marriageThe Irish TimesDecember 18, 2013
Mother in Supreme Court bid to regain custody of babyThe Journal.ieOctober 1, 2013
Court of appeal vote could bring about major shake-up of courts systemThe Irish TimesSeptember 13, 2013
Explainer: What does the Insolvency Service of Ireland do?The Journal.ieSeptember 9, 2013
Reports Reveal Poor Standard of Hygiene in Irish HospitalsThe Irish TimesAugust 28, 2013
Insolvency service to take applications from 9 SeptemberThe Journal.ieAugust 23, 2013
Family law should not exist in a cocoon isolated from general legal principlesThe Irish TimesAugust 8, 2013
Supreme Court braced for a shake-up but reforms will leave important questions unansweredThe Irish TimesJuly 10, 2013
Survivors of barbaric symphysiotomy secure compensation support from GovernmentIndependent.ieApril 16, 2013
Same-sex unions get legal approvalThe Irish TimesJanuary 7, 2013
Transgender legislation due within weeksThe Irish TimesSeptember 8, 2012
Proposals soon on age of consentThe Irish TimesJune 1, 2012
Employment dangers of social media highlightedThe Irish TimesMay 7, 2012
Navan Law Firm reaches National FinalMeath ChronicleApril 28, 2012
Mabs may be proposed to run personal insolvency serviceThe Irish TimesFebruary 9, 2012
Controls on estate agents to become law by end of the yearThe Irish TimesDecember 8, 2011
Poet O'Donohue's will declared voidThe Irish TimesDecember 1, 2011
Provision for ex-wife found to be excessiveThe Irish TimesOctober 20, 2011
Judge says backlog of personal injury cases 'unacceptable'The Irish TimesOctober 20, 2011
Protest at distressed property saleThe Irish TimesSeptember 23, 2011
Know the rules on cohabitationIrish IndependentSeptember 13, 2011
Property prices fall 12.5 per centThe Irish TimesAugust 29, 2011
Abuse charity 'struggles' with demandThe Irish TimesAugust 29, 2011
Divorce link to transgender recognition is questionableThe Irish TimesJuly 25, 2011
Deadline to register rights of way loomingFarmers JournalApril 30, 2011
Cohabiting couples face a rude awakening when new legislation abolishes 'living in sin'Irish IndependentMarch 26, 2010
        
        
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