JUDGES’ ROBES AND MODE OF ADDRESS TO THE JUDGES
1. (1) Save as otherwise provided by Statute or these Rules, and subject to sub-rules (2) to (4), the official attire which shall be worn by the Judges during the sittings of the Court shall be as follows:
(3) The official attire which shall be worn during such sittings by a Judge appointed to the Court after the coming into operation of sub-rule (1) and this sub-rule shall be that specified in paragraph (b) of sub-rule (1).
2. (1) The President of the Circuit Court shall be addressed, in court, by his title in Irish or English and other Judges of the court shall be addressed, in court, individually, in Irish, as ‘A Bhreithimh’ or, in English, as ‘Judge’. Judges of the court may be referred to, in Irish, as ‘An Chuirt’ or, in English, as ‘The court’.