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  • Die Ehrenwerte Richterin Fidelma Macken
    College Dublin Sie wurde 1973 in Irland als Rechtsanwältin zugelassen worauf eine Zulassung in England und Wales folgte Von 1973 bis 1979 war sie als Rechtsbeistand in einer Kanzlei für Marken und Patentrecht tätig Von 1979 bis 1998 praktizierte sie als Rechtsanwältin wurde 1995 Senior Counsel ranghöchster Anwalt in Irland und spezialisierte sich auf Handels und Wirtschaftsrecht sowie auf EU Recht 1998 wurde sie zur Richterin am High Court berufen

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  • Der Ehrenwerte Richter Joseph Finnegan
    qualifizierte er sich zum Solicitor beratender Rechtsanwalt Von 1968 bis 1973 war er Assistant Secretary der Incorporated Law Society of Ireland Er wurde 1978 als Rechtsanwalt zugelassen und wurde 1990 Senior Counsel ranghöchster Anwalt in Irland Er praktizierte hauptsächlich auf den Gebieten allgemeines Zivilrecht und Wirtschaftsrecht Sein besonderes Interesse galt Eigentumsübertragungen und Gerichtsverfahren die mit titulierten Ansprüchen in Verbindung stehen Er wurde 1999 an den High Court berufen und 2001

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  • Der Ehrenwerte Richter Nicholas Kearns
    wurde er Senior Counsel ranghöchster Anwalt in Irland 1998 wurde er zum Richter am High Court berufen und im November 2004 wurde er an den Supreme Court berufen Am High Court war Richter Kearns für Angelegenheiten des Wettbewerbsrechts zuständig Während seiner Zeit am High Court befasste er sich außerdem mit Fällen aus vielen verschiedenen Fachgebieten einschließlich Verleumdung Normenkontrolle und Körperverletzung Er ist Mitbegründer der Association of European Competition Law Judges

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  • Composition of the Court
    Court is requested to give an opinion on the constitutional validity of a Bill adopted by the Oireachtas when referred to it by the President of Ireland under Article 26 of the Constitution A minimum of five Judges is also required should the Court have to determine pursuant to Article 12 of the Constitution whether the President has become permanently incapacitated In addition to those cases in which it is required by the Constitution a court composed of five Judges or exceptionally seven Judges will sit for appeals involving questions of law of particular importance or complexity Where an insufficient number of Judges of the Supreme Court are available the Chief Justice may request any ordinary Judge of the High Court to sit as a member of the Supreme Court for the hearing of a particular appeal Interlocutory applications and procedural matters or issues may be determined by the Chief Justice sitting alone or another judge of the Supreme Court nominated by the Chief Justice Order of Precedence among the Judges The Courts of Justice Act 1924 as amended provides for the order of precedence between judges of the Supreme Court as follows i the Chief Justice ii the President

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  • The Chief Justice
    of the Court Judgments The Supreme Court Office The Legal System Publications Links Constitution of Ireland Members of the Court Chief Justice Susan Gageby Denham The Role of the Chief Justice Former Chief Justices The Chief Justice Chief Justice Susan

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  • Judges of the Supreme Court
    Court Members of the Court Judgments The Supreme Court Office The Legal System Publications Links Constitution of Ireland Members of the Court Current Judges of the Supreme Court Former Judges

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  • Appointment and Tenure of Judges of the Supreme Court
    many more years of experience than this minimum requirement Appointment Procedure Under the applicable constitutional provisions it is the function of the Government to decide who should be appointed to the Supreme Court The Government advises the President of Ireland of its nomination of a candidate for appointment and the President formally makes the appointment A person who is not already a judge and who wishes to be considered for appointment to the Supreme Court may apply to the Judicial Appointments Advisory Board JAAB requesting that he or she be recommended as suitable for such appointment The JAAB is an independent Board chaired by the Chief Justice The three Presidents of each level of jurisdiction District Circuit and High Court are also members of the Board While a majority of the members are judges there are two representatives from the legal profession and two non lawyers The role of the Board is purely advisory The JAAB considers all the applications before it in relation to that appointment and draws up a list of persons whom it considers suitably qualified for appointment This list is forwarded to the Government Generally speaking the Government is confined to appointing persons other than judges who have been approved by the Board The Oireachtas has reserved a power to the Government to appoint a person who has not applied to and has not been considered by the JAAB If it does so it must publish in Iris Oifigiúil the Official Gazette a notice stating that it has made such an appointment outside the JAAB procedure Security of Tenure According to Article 35 2 of the Constitution All judges shall be independent in the exercise of their judicial functions and subject only to this Constitution and the law Every person appointed a judge must take the

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  • Cúirte Uachtaraí An Córas Dlíthiúil Leabharliosta Naisc Bunreacht na hÉireann Cuardaigh breithiúnais de réir bliana 2014 02 27 2014 Ó Maicín v Éire chuid eile 02 27 2014 Ó Maicín v Éire chuid eile 02 27 2014 Ó Maicín v

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