Mayo siblings ramp up legal action against NUI Galway

Isaac, Kezia, Enoch and Ammi Burke allege discrimination by NUIG following a lifetime ban from all student societies in 2014

21st July, 2019
The Burke siblings

The Mayo siblings suing NUI Galway over alleged religious discrimination have escalated their case to the High Court.

Isaac, Kezia, Enoch and Ammi Burke allege discrimination by NUIG following a lifetime ban from all student societies in 2014. They are pursuing their case despite the ban being lifted and an offer from the university not to pursue costs in the case to date if the case was dropped.

The Burkes are from a Mayo family with...

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