Woulfe not listed to hear any cases in Supreme Court
The judge, who clung to his job following the infamous Oireachtas Golf Society dinner last August, has no work lined up in February or early March 2021
Mr Justice Séamus Woulfe is not listed to hear any cases in February, the month he is due to return to the Supreme Court following a three-month period of suspended work and pay.
Judge Woulfe, who has continued to defy Chief Justice Frank Clarke by refusing to resign in the wake of the Golfgate scandal, has been waiting in the wings since November to take up his new post and his €223,597 annual...
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