The Association of Judges of Ireland

The Association of Judges of Ireland (AJI) is a representative body that represents the interests of its members. Although it does not represent the judiciary as such, the AJI’s membership comprises the vast majority of Irish judges. The AJI’s mandate is set out in detail in its Constitution and includes the protection and enhancement of judicial independence, the improvement of the administration of justice and the promotion of a better public understanding of the role played by the judiciary both within the justice system and as an arm of government.

 

Our Aims & Objectives

Learn more about the mandate of the AJI and view in detail our aims and objectives.

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Our Structure

Find out how the AJI is organised, and about its executive committee and office holders.

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Our Members

View our membership list, and read the profiles of some of our members.

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