Aindrias Ó Caoimh (barrister)

Aindrias Ó Caoimh (barrister)

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name =Aindreas Ó Caoimh
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office =Advocate General of the European Court of Justice
term_start =2004
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nominator =Government of Ireland
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office2 =Judge of the High Court
term_start2 =1999
term_end2 =2004
nominator2 =Government of Ireland
appointer2 =Mary McAleese
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birth_date =1950
birth_place =Ireland
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nationality =Irish
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alma_mater =UCD, King's Inns
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profession =Judge, Barrister
religion =Unknown

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Aindrias Ó Caoimh (Born 1950) is an Irish Advocate General (judge) of the European Court of Justice [cite web | title = The Court of Justice of the European Communities: The Members | work = | publisher = European Court of Justice | date = | url = | format = | doi = | accessdate = 2007-08-25] and immediately prior to this was a Judge of the High Court from 1999 to 2004.fact|date=January 2008 He is a son of Aindreas Ó Caoimh who was Attorney General of Ireland for two periods and was a judge of the European Court of Justice 1974–85.

Bachelor in Civil Law (National University of Ireland, University College Dublin, 1971); Barrister (King's Inns, 1972); Diploma in European Law (University College Dublin, 1977); Barrister (Bar of Ireland, 1972-99); Lecturer in European Law (King's Inns, Dublin); Senior Counsel (1994-99); Representative of the Government of Ireland on many occasions before the Court of Justice of the European Communities; Bencher of the Honourable Society of King's Inns (since 1999); Vice-President of the Irish Society of European Law; member of the International Law Association (Irish Branch); Judge at the Court of Justice since 13 October 2004.fact|date=January 2008


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