Legal Links

Legal & other useful related Legal Links

Companies Registration Office Ireland homepage. The CRO deals with the registration of companies and business names. The Company Search Facility allows you to look up information on companies and business names and purchase images of documents. www.cro.ie

An interactive map of the Four Courts and excellent home page of the new Irish Courts Service with online legal diary, information about the courts nationwide, links etc.

Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

Explore more than 300 Government services that you can access online today, including

The UK Law Society is the representative body for solicitors in England and Wales.

The Law Society is the professional body for solicitors and exercises statutory functions under the Solicitors Acts 1954 to 2008 in relation to the education, admission, enrolment, discipline and regulation of the solicitors' profession.

Employment law conferences, seminars and HR training throughout Northern Ireland and Ireland, covering discipline, absence, data protection, mediation and all employment law legislation.

The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) is a unique professional body providing members with a local, national and international learning and business network.

The Equality Tribunal is the impartial forum to hear or mediate complaints of alleged discrimination under equality legislation. It is independent and quasi-judicial and its decisions and mediated settlements are legally binding.

The Dublin Solicitors Bar Association ("DSBA") is the largest Bar Association in Ireland, having been established in 1935.
It is a representational and not a regulatory organisation existing to promote the welfare and interests of its members, who are Solicitors.

The remit of the Justice family of agencies and services stretches across a range of human concerns and touches on aspects of national life as diverse as the protection of life and property; the prevention and detection of crime; the provision of services for the buying and selling of property; the management of inward migration to the State and providing a Courts Service and other forms of investigative tribunals.

Complete site search including all HTML and PDF documents and the Barristers' Database

Business Access to State Information and Services

Information on public services and entitlements in Ireland. It is provided by the Citizens Information Board.

The Equality Authority is an independent body set up under the Employment Equality Act 1998. It was established on 18th October 1999.
The Equality Authority replaced the Employment Equality Agency, and has a greatly expanded role and functions.

The Attorney General is the legal adviser to the Government and is therefore the chief law officer of the State.

The Mission of the Credit Union is to promote the financial well being of its members. To achieve this purpose the Credit Union is committed to providing a broad range of innovative financial products supported by the excellent service of a dedicated, well-trained staff.

The Labour Court is not a court of law. It operates as an industrial relations tribunal hearing both sides in a case and then issuing a Recommendation (or Determination/Decision/Order, depending of the type of case) setting out its opinion on the dispute and the terms on which it should be settled.

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) is an independent body established to provide a timely, inexpensive and relatively informal means for adjudication of disputes on employment rights under the various legislations that come within the Tribunal’s scope. It is our goal that customers using the service will be satisfied overall with the service they have received from the Tribunal.

The Rights Commissioner is a body set up to investigate and recommend on disputes and grievances referred by individuals or small groups of workers under the relevant industrial relations/employment rights legislation.

The Equality Tribunal is the impartial forum to hear or mediate complaints of alleged discrimination under equality legislation. It is independent and quasi-judicial and its decisions and mediated settlements are legally binding.
The equality legislation prohibits discrimination on 9 grounds - gender, civil status, family status, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, race and membership of the Traveller community.

The core mandate of the Victims of Crime Office is to improve the continuity and quality of services to victims of crime, by state agencies and non-governmental organisations throughout the country. It works to support the development of competent, caring and efficient services to victims of crime.


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