The Chief State Solicitor's Office is a constituent element of the Attorney General's Office. The principal functions of the Attorney General are to advise the Government in matters of law and legal opinion and to provide the State with both drafting and litigation services. The Chief State Solicitor's Office provides these litigation services together with a wide range of legal services not involving litigation, such as advisory and conveyancing services. In effect, the function of the Chief State Solicitor is to act as the solicitor to Ireland, the Attorney General, Government Departments and Offices, and State Agencies.
The other constituent elements of the Attorney General's Office are:
If you are looking for legislation, you will find the text of Acts and Statutory Instruments in the Irish Statute Book.
Chief State Solicitor's Office, Osmond House, Little Ship Street, Dublin 8, Ireland.
Telephone: (+353 1) 417 6100
Fax: (+353 1) 417 6299
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