Chief Justice of Ireland
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- A possible judge of the High Court.
- A member of the Council of State (a position retained on retirement).
- A member of the Presidential Commission.
List of Chief Justices
Constitution of Ireland and the removal of a judge from office
There is no Twenty-second Amendment. The Twenty-second Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 2001 [relating to the removal of a Judge from Office and providing for a body to be established by Law to investigate or cause to be investigated conduct constituting misbehaviour by a Judge or affected by incapacity of a Judge] was not passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas.
- List of Justices of the Supreme Court of Ireland
- Lord Chief Justice of Ireland
- Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland
- Master of the Rolls in Ireland
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court was created under the Courts of Justice Act 1924. Before 1924 the Lord Chancellor of Ireland was the highest judicial office in Ireland The Supreme Court sits in the Four Courts. When the Supreme Court sits as it mostly does in two chambers, the second chamber sits in the Hugh Kennedy Court, named after the First Chief Justice.
- The Constitution of Ireland including Art. 34.4, only uses the term "Chief Justice" however in practice "Chief Justice of Ireland" is the accepted long form of the name; whilst "Chief Justice of the Supreme Court" is rarely used.
- Constitution of Ireland Pages x-xii
- Source: The Judges in Ireland 1221–1921 by Francis Erlington Ball (ISBN 1846300746)
- The Supreme Court of Ireland: A History by The Courts Service (ISBN 075571766X)
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