Kevin O'Hanrahan Haugh (17 November 1901 – 5 April 1969) was an Irish barrister and judge.
He was born in Dublin and educated at Blackrock College and University College Dublin; called to the Bar 1925, Senior Counsel 1938. He was a leading junior prosecutor for the State and Attorney General 1940-1942. He was appointed a High Court judge in 1942. He was for many years the Probate Judge and an acknowledged authority on succession law. He became a judge of the Supreme Court in 1961. He retired in 1968 and died the following year.
His son, also Kevin (1944–2009) followed his father's path to the Bar and the High Court; unlike his father he was also a judge of the Circuit Court. He was an immensely popular judge whose career was cut short by his early death in 2009.
- Casey, James " The Irish Law Officers " Round Hall Sweet and Maxwell Dublin 1996
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