Saturday February 22, 2020

Fast justice: Inside the Commercial Court

The court is now a much sleeker operation, rattling cases in and out at top speed

6th March, 2016
The Four Courts in Dublin, which houses the Commercial Court

Barristers file into Court 1 in Dublin’s Four Courts for the weekly call over of cases in the commercial list. They spread across the top pews and form small crowds in the aisle spaces closest to the judge’s bench. Some stand by the defunct jury box, a lasting reminder that the court was the preserve of rape and murder trials not so many years ago. Solicitors from the big commercial houses – A&L Goodbody, Mason...

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