The Supreme Court Office

The Supreme Court Office provides administrative support to the Supreme Court. It processes appeals from decisions of the High Court and authenticates signatures of Notaries Public and Commissioners for Oaths on official documents where required. The Office also deals with applications for appointment as a Notary Public and with applications for appointment as a Commissioner for Oaths. The Legal Diary, which is published daily, is kept up-to-date with a listing of cases in the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court Office will also normally provide information to the parties to a specific case. General questions are answered but legal advice is precluded. For further information or assistance please contact the Supreme Court Office. Contact details are provided below.

The Supreme Court Registrar

The Supreme Court Registrar is the head of the office and is responsible for the management of the office.


The Supreme Court Office is situated on the first floor of the Four Courts building. The general office is open to the public between the hours of 10a.m. and 4.30 p.m. Monday to Friday. By arrangement, if the authentication of a signature on a document is required urgently, callers will be accommodated outside office opening hours.

Contact Details

 Address:  The Supreme Court Office
    Four Courts
    Inns Quay
    Dublin 7
 Tel:  + 353 1 888 6568

 + 353 1 888 6569

 Contact:  Trish Cuddihy, General Office

For further information on the Supreme Court Office and information on Supreme Court sittings, rules and forms click here.