The State has lost a “colossus of the legal world” following the death of Supreme Court judge Adrian Hardiman, the chief justice has said.
Tue, 08 Mar, 2016
Many tributes have been paid to Supreme Court Judge Adrian Hardiman who died suddenly yesterday.
A founding member of the PDs, a taoiseach-questioning inquisitor at tribunals, and never afraid to go against the grain, the legal profession has suffered a huge loss, writes Caroline O’Doherty
Supreme Court colleagues of the late Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman have described him as a man of energy, oratory, and with flashes of wit. Here, they pay tribute.
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