The profession of Legal Costs Accountancy has a long and honourable tradition in Ireland with Legal Costs Accountants appearing before Taxing Masters of the High Court, the County Registrars of the Circuit Court, the District, Circuit and High Courts, Arbitrators and Tribunals and has a history as old as the legal profession itself.
The Institute of Legal Costs Accountants is the self-governing regulatory body for the Legal Costs Accounting profession in Ireland. Members of the profession were formerly represented by the Association of Legal Cost Accountants going back to the 1950s. In 1997, following on the encouragement of the then Chief Justice, the late Honourable Mr. Justice Liam Hamilton, the Association became the Institute of Legal Costs Accountants in 1997 and since then has been the representative body of its members.
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The Institute of Legal Costs Accountants is the body representing and governing its members and is not in a position to offer any advice to persons relating to legal costs. Any queries regarding legal costs should be directed to a practicing Legal Costs Accountant. Please refer to our Member Directory. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of the information contained in this website, please note that it is for information purposes only. The Institution of Legal Costs Accountants does not make any warranties in respect of this information being construed as legal advice.
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