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Enter the download key here. User Version 2.0 (10/24/16).Sir John Kirwan, a former Lord Mayor of Dublin, has been disbarred for not paying a €2,500 sex discrimination bill.
The High Court made the order on Wednesday after Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said the defendant’s conduct was totally inconsistent with the standards expected of a solicitor.
Mr Justice Hogan found the conviction was not so serious as to warrant a conditional discharge.
The 83-year-old former Lord Mayor of Dublin was sentenced to a 12-month conditional discharge after he pleaded guilty to a charge of sex discrimination.
This was for failing to pay a €2,500 sex discrimination bill in connection with a client dating back to the 1990s.
He was charged with the offence in October 2012 by the Commission for Gender Equality.
A spokeswoman for the Commission said he was also found guilty in that case and ordered to pay back the money to the complainant as compensation.
Mr Justice Hogan accepted the defendant’s sincere remorse, but he was satisfied that the comments made in his apology did not “fully reflect the character of his conduct”.
The judge said he accepted Mr Kirwan’s guilty plea had been a genuine one, but noted that the man who had given the evidence in the case had been “persuaded” to do so.
Mr Justice Hogan said he was making an order disbarring the defendant from being a solicitor until he passed the Legal Professions Practice Course.
He also made an order that Mr Kirwan pay the complainant, who was known as Ms C for privacy reasons, €2,500 in compensation.
Mr Justice Hogan said he took into account the circumstances in which the defendant was found guilty, the fact that he had expressed remorse over the conduct and the fact he had fully cooperated with the commission.
He said the order was made with a view to protecting the public and the profession from a man who had demonstrated that he was “not to be trusted”.
The judge said he was satisfied the defendant would comply with the order.
The man who gave evidence against him said the complainant had complained to the commission that she had been paid €2,500 too little for her work.
Mr Justice Hogan said the complainant was “a vulnerable elderly lady and Mr Kirwan had mishandled her money”.
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