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Irish Jurist - 2015



Author
 
Title
Citation
Diarmuid Griffin  The Release and Recall of Life Sentence Prisoners: Policy, Practice and Policy
(2015) 50(1) JUR 1
Criminal Law; Capital Punishment, Penal Reform, Mandatory Life Sentences, Parole Decision Making, Ministerial Control, Risk Assessment, Review Dossier, Public Appointment Process, Criminal Justice (Temporary Release of Prisoners) Act 2003, Conditions of Release, Strate
Ben Mitchell  Process Equality, Substantive Equality and Recognising Disadvantage in Constitutional Equality Law
(2015) 50(1) JUR 36
Constitutional Law; Article 40.1 of the Constitution, Process Conception of Equality, Neutral Treatment, Strict Equality, Redistribution Dimension, Recognition Dimension, Transformative Dimension, Fleming v Ireland, Indirect Discrimination, Legislative Purpose, Judicial Defe
Anthony Kerr  Changing Landscapes: The Juridification of the Labour Court
(2015) 50(1) JUR 58
Employment Law; Countess Markievicz Lecture, Industrial Relations Act 1990, Workplace Relations Commission, Collective Bargaining, Labour Court, Commission of Inquiry on Industrial Relations, Public Appointment Service
Peter Dunne  Civil Partnership in an Ireland of Equal Marriage Rights
(2015) 50(1) JUR 77
Constitutional Law; Marriage, Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligation of Cohabitants Act 2010, Art.41.3.1� of Bunreacht na h�ireann, Dissolution, Culture, Article 8 and Article 14 European Convention on Human Rights,
Donal O'Donnell  A Partial or Uneven Administration of the Law: Lawyers, the Law and the Importation of Arms into Ireland, 1914
(2015) 50(1) JUR 100
Legal History; Howth and Kilcoole gun-runnings, James Creed Meredith, D�il Courts, Peace Preservation (Ireland) Act 1881,
Tom Hickey  Revisiting Ryan v Lennon to Make the Case against Judicial Supremacy (and for a New Model of Constitutionalism in Ireland)
(2015) 50(1) JUR 125
Constitutional Law; Democracy, Art.34.3.2 of Bunreacht na h�ireann, Unenumerated Rights, Natural Law, Abortion Information Case, Constitutional Referenda, Judicial Review, Elections,
Harriet Burgess  The Market Overt Rule: A Time for Reform?
(2015) 50(1) JUR 154
Property Law; Nemo Dat Quod Non Habet, s.22 (1) of the Sale of Goods Act 1893, Sales Law Review Group, Negligence
Conor Casey  Reading Between the Lines: The Search for the Legal Basis of Residency Permission Schemes for Non-Irish Nationals
(2015) 50(1) JUR 162
Immigration Law; Immigration Act 2004, Ministerial Discretion, Executive Power, Sulaimon v Minister for Justice [2012] IESC 63,
Harriet Burgess  The Market Overt Rule: A Time for Reform?
(2015) 53(1) JUR 154
Commercial Law; nemo dat quod non habet. Title Conflicts. Sale of Goods. Sales Law Review Group. Reform.
Gerard Hogan, David Kenny, Rachael Walsh  An Anthology of Declarations of Unconstitutionality
(2015) 54(2) JUR 1
Constitutional Law; 1937 Constitution of Ireland. Superior Courts. Declarations of Unconstitutionality.
Aisling O'Sullivan  Ireland & the Genocide Convention: An Unhurried Move to Accede
(2015) 54(2) JUR 31
International / Criminal Law; Genocide Convention. European Convention on Human Rights. 1870 British Extradition Act. Constitution of Ireland 1937.
James Kane  Civil Liability for Exploiting Trafficking Victims. A Speculative Application of Meskell v. CIE.
(2015) 54(2) JUR 57
Criminal Law / Human Rights; Human Trafficking. Exploitation. Human Rights. Civil Liability. Compensation. Meskell v. CIE [1973] I.R. 121. Freedom from torture, inhuman and degrading treatment (State (C) v. Frawley). Art.3 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Tuohy v Courtney
Hilary Biehler  REMEDIES IN CASES OF PROPRIETARY ESTOPPEL: TOWARDS A MORE PRINCIPLED APPROACH?
(2015) 54(2) JUR 79
Equity; Proprietary Estoppel. Comparative Jurisdictions. Courts.
Blathna Ruane  R�GIME CHANGE: THE FATE OF THE SENIOR CROWN JUDICIARY FOLLOWING THE ANGLO- IRISH TREATY 1921
(2015) 54(2) JUR 96
Constitutional Law; Government of Ireland Act 1920. Provisional Government of the Irish Free State. Legal Administration of Ireland pre-1922. D�il Courts. Crown Courts. Separation of Powers.
David Prendergast  Defensive Killing by Initial Aggressor: DPP v. Barnes re-visited.
(2015) 54(2) JUR 115
Criminal Law; Self-Defence - reduce rather than eliminate criminal liability? Criminal Law (Defence and the Dwelling) Act 2011. Reasonable Force. Excessive Force. DPP v. Dwyer. DPP v. Nally. Castle Doctrine. Judicial Activism. Constitutionality.
Conor Casey, Daire McCormack George  An Analysis of the Right to Shelter in Irish Law for Adults & Children
(2015) 54(2) JUR 131
Constitutional Law; Housing. Socio-Economic Rights. Child Care Act 1991 (State must provide shelter for children despite there being no explicit right to shelter). European Convention on Human Rights Act 2003. Housing Act 1988. O'Donnell v. South Dublin County Council [2015]
Graham Butler  Not a REAL Common Travel Area: Pachero v. Minister for Justice.
(2015) 54(2) JUR 155
Asylum; Treaty of Amsterdam - Common Travel Area. Asylum. Visas. Third-Country Nationals.
Andrea Mulligan  SELF-DETERMINATION, CAPACITY AND THE RIGHT TO DIE BY HUNGER STRIKE: GOVERNOR OF X PRISON v P MCD
(2015) 54(2) JUR 165
Human Rights; Governor of X Prison v P McD [2015]. Mental Capacity. Mental Capacity Act 2005. Decision-Making. Fitzpatrick v FK [2009].
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