The District Court is the lowest court in the Irish court system. It is regulated by the President of the District Court and 64 District Court Judges.
The District Court is organised on a regional basis. There are 23 District Court Districts, as well as the Dublin Metropolitan District. Each District is divided into District Court areas and has one or more judges permanently assigned to it.
The District Court is a court of local and limited jurisdiction. This means it can only make orders or decisions on certain types of civil law and criminal law cases.
We attend District Courts nationwide, including the following:
- Harristown District Court (at Castlerea Prison)
- Castlerea District Court
- Ballaghaderreen District Court
- Roscommon District Court
- Strokestown District Court
- Athlone District Court
- Longford District Court
- Tuam District Court
- Galway District Court
The above is not an exhaustive list.
Call us on 094 96 20008 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a consultation to discuss your case.
Our offices are based in Athleague and Castlerea, Co. Roscommon. We provide in-person consultations at our offices by appointment, as well as video-link and phone consultations.