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In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same.Albert Einstein
Recent Media Coverage
Today with Claire Byrne – RTÉ Radio 1
The Leaving Certificate student who successfully brought Judicial Review proceedings against the Department of Education and Skills over its decision not to consider her application for calculated grades speaks with Claire Byrne on RTE Radio One. Anthony Collier Solicitor represented the Leaving Certificate student who sued through her mother in the case entitled N.P (A Minor) Suing by Her Mother and Next Friend Breda Power –v- The Minister for Education Skills  IEHC 479. Mr. Justice Meenan while quashing the Department of Education and Skill’s decision not to provide the applicant with a calculated grade held that “the refusal to provide a calculated grade, in any circumstances where the applicant is home schooled by a teacher (s) who is not a registered teacher (s) is irrational, arbitrary, unfair and unlawful”.