On 5th August the Courts Service will officially launch its new website and our existing, but fast aging site will be ushered into retirement. Our new website, which is currently accessible at https://www.courts.ie will become the new ‘courts.ie’ on that date and the old one will no longer be available. There may be some downtime to allow this change to happen and this may include the Legal Diary. The Legal Diary contains lists of cases in the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court, the Central Criminal Court and the Circuit Courts. Lists of cases in the District Court are available from the relevant District Court Office
Members of the public are welcome to enter all courts except those displaying the 'in camera' sign.
In this section you will find lists of cases in the Supreme Court
Court of Appeal
In this section you will find lists of cases in the Court of Appeal
In this section you will find lists of cases in the High Court
Central Criminal Court
In this section you will find lists of cases in the Central Criminal Court
In this section you will find lists of cases in the Circuit Court
Lists of cases in the District Court are available from the relevant District Court Office
General Notices about Court Lists
Downloadable Legal Diary
The Legal Diary is available in MSWord and PDF for the following court lists; The Supreme Court, Court of Appeal - Civil, Court of Appeal - Criminal, the Central Criminal Court, Today's Cases, Chancery, Commercial List, Competition List, Extradition, Family Law, Judicial Review, Before the Master, Non-Jury List (Dublin), Personal Injuries (Dublin), Legal Costs Adjudicator's Office and other lists
Legal Diary update schedule
The Legal Diary is updated at 5.00 p.m. daily, Monday to Friday
Reading court lists:
In general, the layout of court lists is as follows;
List number Case (file) number Plaintiff v Defendant : Plaintiff's solicitor \ Defendant's solicitor.
The list number indicates the order of priority for hearing on the court date.
Printing court lists:
When you locate the list you require, you may print a plain copy of the relevant list.
Changes and cancellations:
You may also check the notices in the Terms & Sittings section of the website for any changes of court venues or of scheduled sitting dates.
A 'callover' is a sitting at which pending cases are called over in court to determine if they are ready to proceed. Cases which are ready to proceed are assigned dates - insofar as dates are available. Callover lists are identified by a subtitle 'callover'.
Court lists which have been published some weeks in advance of a sitting date are often subject to change nearer to that sitting date. In such cases, the published list will be amended closer to the sitting date. The date of updating will be given at the top of the list.
Therefore, it is important that you check the court list again nearer to the court date.
District Court lists are available from the relevant District Court Office.
• Enquiries in regard to particular cases should be made with the relevant court office.
• If you have enquiries in regard to the layout or location of the superior courts lists you should email your comments to LegalDiary@courts.ie
• If you would like to make comments or suggestions or are experiencing technical problems with the website, contact us at email@example.com or phone 01 888 6973 .
Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the contents of the Legal Diary. The Courts Service does not accept liability for any errors or omissions. You are advised to check with relevant court office to confirm arrangements for the listing of a particular case. The feedback link should not be used for this purpose.