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Ireland

This team contributes leading decisions from Ireland

Ireland's Most Recent Decision

The most recent decision from Ireland is Reference 13 v Ireland, a decision rendered in Ireland by the The Refugee Appeals Tribunal on Jan 1, 2006, involving an applicant from Moldova. A brief summary of the facts of the case is: Moldovan woman fears further domestic violence by politically influential partner because she would not abort pregnancy of his unwanted child.

Courts in Ireland

The Supreme Court
The High Court
The Refugee Appeals Tribunal
The Refugee Applications Commissioner

The National Coordinators for Ireland are:

Patricia Brazil

Ms. Patricia Brazil is the Averill Deverill Lecturer in Law at Trinity College, Dublin. Her research interests include family and child law, immigration and asylum law, and criminal law. She graduated in 2001, qualified as Read More Read more