Michael Comyn

Irish Fianna Fáil barrister, politician and judge (1871–1952) / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Michael Comyn (6 June 1871 – 6 October 1952) was an Irish barrister, Fianna Fáil Senator and later a judge on the Circuit Court. He was also a member of the British Civil Service, geologist, discoverer and operator of mines, and finally "litigant in one of the longest cases ever heard in the Irish courts". As a lawyer-turned litigant, he recounted that "it was his last case, and he won it: a far cry from his first case as a young barrister...it was a bad case and I did it badly".[1]

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Michael Comyn
Comyn in 1933
Leas-Chathaoirleach of Seanad Éireann
In office
12 December 1934  27 April 1938
Preceded byMichael F. O'Hanlon
Succeeded byPádraic Ó Máille
In office
December 1928  May 1936
Personal details
Born(1871-06-06)6 June 1871
Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland
Died6 October 1952(1952-10-06) (aged 81)
County Clare, Ireland
Political partyFianna Fáil