The Constitution of Ireland requires that justice be done in public. Article 34.1 says: "Justice shall be administered in courts established by law by judges appointed in the manner provided by this Constitution, and, save in such special and limited cases as may be prescribed by law, *shall be administered in public*."
You would imagine that imperative should also apply to the availability of court documents in Ireland - but it doesn't.
In the 2000 case...
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