Ammi Burke’s case dismissed as judge accuses her of ‘horrifying’ and ‘appalling’ conduct

The solicitor was challenging the Workplace Relations Commission’s handling of her dismissal from Arthur Cox

The judge said she was “horrified that any litigant or a qualified solicitor would conduct themselves in such a manner before this court. Picture: Collins

Ammi Burke’s case against the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has been dismissed after a High Court judge determined that her “appalling and extraordinary” conduct made it impossible for the case to continue.

Ms Justice Marguerite Bolger said Burke’s conduct was “undoubtedly an abuse of process” following a sustained period of the qualified solicitor shouting and refusing to sit down.

The judicial review, which was in its third and final day, was taken by Burke after ...