Supreme Court Office

1st Floor, Four Courts, Inns Quay, Dublin 7
+353 1 888 6395 / 6394
Opening Hours: 
Monday to Friday: 10.00 - 16.30
Book Appointment
Opening Hours: 
Monday to Friday: 10.00 - 16.30
Head of Office: 
Mr. John Mahon
Other Information: 

Attendance at the Supreme Court Office is by appointment. 

Appointments can be made by clicking the ‘Book Appointment’ button above or by calling + 353 1 888 6395 / 6394
For urgent matters, where it is not possible to book an appointment online, please email

Cancelling or rescheduling an appointment is easy. This can be done by accessing the link in the email notification sent to you. 
Communication with the office should be via phone or email. 


Virtual Tour

Click on the link to take an interactive virtual tour of our court building.


Hours of business:

Christmas Eve: 10.00 - 13.00

Closed: 'Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Day and the 7 next following days, St. Patrick's Day, Good Friday, Monday and Tuesday in Easter Week and the days duly appointed to be observed as public holidays in public offices.' Order 118 Rules of the Superior Courts

By arrangement, if the authentication of a signature on a document is required urgently, callers will be accommodated outside office opening hours.


Additional contact details:

General Office: Ciara Fitzgibbon
Electronic transmission of submissions:
Electronic transmission of application documents:


About this office:

The office is under the management of the Registrar of the Supreme Court. The office provides administrative support to the court. All documentation necessary for the processing of appeals is lodged here, as are documents requiring the authentication of the signature of a commissioner for oaths or notary public.


Fax:  +353 1 873 2332
DX: Courts Service Supreme Court Office - 276002 - Gandon Building


Other Information

Reference Committee

Where the Irish State acquires land under a compulsory purchase order, landowners have a constitutional right to be compensated. Where there is a dispute about compensation, the Reference Committee appoints a property Arbitrator.  The Reference Committee is made up of the Chief Justice, the President of the High Court and the President of the Society of Chartered Surveyors. 

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