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Four Courts Press was founded in 1970 by Michael Adams as a small press. For many years he ran it in conjunction with his role as managing director at Irish Academic Press.

From 1992, Four Courts Press expanded rapidly from its theology base, first into Celtic and Medieval Studies and Ecclesiastical History, and then into Modern History, Art, Literature and Law.

Publishing proposals for academic books in all the areas mentioned are welcomed by the Press (see House Style guidelines below).

The Press publishes some 70 titles a year. At present there are over 500 titles in print. Our books are available worldwide, either directly via our website or through an extensive chain of bookstores, libraries, and book wholesalers.

All our books are peer reviewed. More information concerning this policy will be available shortly.

Four Courts Press is a company incorporated in Ireland with its registered office at 7 Malpas Street, near Dublin 's historic Blackpitts area.

LINKS! We operate a policy of listing websites that might be of interest to our customers, academics or librarians. For more information on these websites go to our links page.

For prospective authors: we have strict guidelines as to the submission of manuscripts. This involves following the Four Courts Press House Style. For more information concerning this house style, please consult our House Style guidelines.

A map gives our location. We are located approximately 15 minutes, by foot, from the LUAS station on St Stephen's Green. Alternatively, if you were coming from the city centre by bus, you would take Dublin Bus, numbers 49 and 49A, to Clanbrassil Street.



Michael Adams  Managing director: publisher
Martin Fanning  Editorial production
Anthony Tierney   Marketing, promotion and foreign rights
Martin Healy  Director: production and administration
Anthony Tierney  Sales administration

Contact details

Four Courts Press

7 Malpas Street, Dublin 8, Ireland.

Tel.: International + 353-1-453-4668
Fax: International + 353-1-453-4672


NOTE : if submitting a book proposal to the Press, please make your first contact via email.