Eleanor O'Higgins v Labour Court and University College Dublin [2013] IEHC 508

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
    [2013] IEHC 508
  • Legal Body
    High Court of Ireland (IEHC)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
Issues covered: Gender Equality; Employment Equality Acts 1998-2011

Today’s article looks at Eleanor O'Higgins v Labour Court and University College Dublin [2013] IEHC 508, a recent High Court case concerning Employment Equality legislation: 

* CASE NAME AND REFERENCE: Eleanor O'Higgins v Labour Court and University College Dublin [2013] IEHC 508 
* COURT/TRIBUNAL: High Court. 
* JURISDICTION: Employment Equality Acts 1998-2011 
* SUBJECT MATTER: Gender Equality – the Men v. Women debate


This was an appeal brought by Dr. O’Higgins in respect of a determination of the Labour Court wherein it was ruled that the decision taken by University College Dublin not to promote Dr. O’Higgins to the status of Professor was lawful and did not

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This article is correct at 17/12/2013

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