1868 – Palais de Justice, Paris
Part of the much larger Conciergerie complex, this extension of the Palais de Justice was built between 1857-68.
1843 – Palais de Justice, Tours, Indre-et-Loire, France
The Palais de Justice is one of two important buildings on the semicircular Place Jean Jaurès – the other is the Hôtel de Ville designed by Victor Laloux.
1814 – Courthouse, Limerick
Recently renovated with much work carried out on the interior and the exterior restored. While the building envelope retained much of its original form from this period,
1835 – Tralee Courthouse, Co. Kerry
Tralee Court house was designed by William Vitruvius Morrison and built in 1835. A austere building set above the street and acessed by a large flight of steps,
1835 – Courthouse, Cork
Originally designed by the Pains in 1835, though built by the Deane family of architects.
1885 – McKenzies Building, Cork
Fine riverside Lombardo-Romanesque warehouse with a continuous glazed arcade on the upper storey over large round-headed openings. The elaborate render detail enlivens the façade of this unusual building,
1875 – Palais de Justice, Le Havre, Haute-Normandie, France
From The Architect, January 23, 1875: Last Year year there was a competition among French architects for this building,
1870 – New Assizes Courts, Durham
From The Builder, January 22, 1870: Durham Assize Courts have undergone complete revision under the direction of Mr W Crozier the county architect and may be considered new.
1829 – Courthouse, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan
The Courthouse was probably designed by Joseph Welland and cost around £10,000. A fine building constructed from large blocks of yellowish stone and placed on a plinth of ten steps.