Former Chief Justice returns to private practice less than two months after retiring

Frank Clarke’s Law Library profile states he will work in arbitration

3rd December, 2021
Former Chief Justice returns to private practice less than two months after retiring
Frank Clarke retired just days short of his 70th birthday in October after four years in the role of Chief Justice. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

Frank Clarke, the former Chief Justice, has returned to private practice less than two months after retiring, with a Law Library profile that states he will work in arbitration.

The move makes Clarke the first ever Chief Justice of Ireland to return to practice as a barrister following retirement. He retired a couple days before his 70th birthday in October after four years in the role of Chief Justice, a position with a salary of...

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