Ireland law resource page with links to the Ireland constitution, Ireland government, Ireland law firms, Ireland law, Ireland law schools, Ireland banking law, Ireland women's legal group, Ireland president, Ireland prime minister, Ireland court, Ireland legislature, and Ireland law guide.
- Information on the Irish State
The official Ireland government website. "This site will help you to find government organizations or information by providing links, indices of recent publications and a search engine that searches all government sites. There is also general information about Ireland including some photographs of well known locations."
- Government of Ireland
From Abacci Atlas.
- Governments on the WWW: Ireland
From the Law Library of Congress. "The Guide to Law Online is an annotated compendium of sources accessible through the Internet. Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary," and more.
From WorldLII. Includes courts and case law, government, legislation, and more.
- The Law Reform Commission
"The Commission is an independent body corporate established under the Law Reform Commission Act 1975. Its overall function is to keep the law under review and make recommendations for its reform. The establishment of the Commission was recognition of the need for a new approach to law reform, enabling the law to respond to a rapidly-changing society."
Associations and Societies
- The Honorable Society of King's Inns
"The Society is the body which governs entry to the profession of barrister-at-law. Only holders of this degree may be called to the Bar of Ireland by the Chief Justice. The school of law at King's Inns is the oldest institution for the training of lawyers in the country. Graduates of the school have contributed as lawyers and policymakers to the establishment of many democracies throughout the world."
- Law Society of Ireland
"The Law Society is the educational, representative and regulatory body of the solicitors' profession in Ireland. The Law Society was established in 1773 and now exercises statutory functions under the Solicitors Acts 1954-2002 in relation to the education, admission, enrolment, discipline and regulation of the solicitors' profession."
- Office of the Attorney General
"The Attorney General is the legal adviser to the Government and is therefore the chief law officer of the State. The Office of the Attorney General, is made up of a number of different offices..."
In Irish or English. From the Government of Ireland website.
In English. From ICL. Constitution and constitutional background.
- The Supreme Court of Ireland
- Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform
In English and Irish. Information about the court policy, crime, prisons, immigration, corporate affairs, and more.
- Courts Service
"To manage the courts, support the judiciary and provide a high quality and professional service to all users of the courts."
Information about the court system, the supreme court, court of criminal appeal, courts martial appeal court, high court, special criminal court, central criminal court, circuit court, district court, children's court, small claims, court forms, court rules and fees, and much more.
- High Court of Ireland Decisions
"This database contains a reasonably comprehensive set of decisions of the Irish High Court from 1997 to date and work is ongoing to achieve completeness for this period. The database also includes some earlier decisions (and in particular some from 1996 and a number of earlier landmark decisions dating back to 1933 from UCC Law Faculty's Leading Irish Cases database)."
- Irish Family Laws
From Kieron Wood. Chronology of important Irish legislation affecting family law.
- Parliament of Ireland (Houses of the Oireachtas)
"Ireland is a parliamentary democracy. The National Parliament (Oireachtas) consists of the President and two Houses: Dáil Éireann (the House of Representatives) and Seanad Éireann (the Senate) whose powers and functions derive from the Constitution of Ireland enacted by the People on 1 July 1937."
“NATLEX, the database of national labour, social security and related human rights legislation maintained by the ILO's International Labour Standards Department. Records in NATLEX provide abstracts of legislation and relevant citation information, and they are indexed by keywords and by subject classifications."
Libel and Slander
U.S. Law School Study Abroad Programs to Ireland