Wilson's Hospital School has accused Enoch Burke of having a "misconceived notion" about why he was dismissed from his permanent teaching role at the school.
Today was the first day of its High Court action against its former teacher, which led to Enoch being banned from the courtroom for yet another contempt of court.
Unhappy with a ruling in relation to alleged tampering of material, Enoch Burke refused to let it go.
Clearly frustrated, the judge described himself as "completely ineffective" and wondered aloud what to do with Mr Burke.
After repeated warnings, Mr Justice Alex Owens eventually held him in contempt of court and directed that the case be opened in his absence - unless he gave an undertaking to behave and obey his orders; which he refused to do.
The case resolves around the disciplinary process that led to Enoch being fired in January.
He claims it is about his refusal to accept transgenderism, but the school says it has nothing to do with that.
They have accused Enoch of having a “misconceived notion” that it is about his religious beliefs, when in fact it is all about the way he conducted himself with the principal and board of management.
The case continues tomorrow. It remains to be seen if Enoch will participate.