The idea of allowing Irish abroad to vote in elections is a nice break from reality, but not one we should embrace
We should not be afraid of our mistakes, because few people get to the top without making a few along the way
Every legal system occasionally lapses into dormancy, but there is judicial sympathy towards somnolence
A blanket ban on selling tickets at above face value could have unintended consequences
We can send a message to the world if we reduce the age at which you can run for the Áras
Complex and sometimes harrowing evidence, long hours of boring or difficult details and one person’s fate in your hands, performing a juror’s duties is no easy task
The possibility that calls between lawyers and clients were recorded is deeply disturbing, writes James McDermott.