Volumes

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Volume IX 

Published in February 2020

Edited by Christopher Bowes and Finn Keyes

Foreword by The Hon. Ms Justice Mary Faherty

Articles:

  • Collective Bargaining Rights in the Gig Economy in Ireland: Appraising the Competition (Amendment) Act 2017 – Sean Hurley
  • Reconstructing the Cornerstone of Employment Law: From the Contract of Employment to Relational Contract Theory – Celia Reynolds
  • The Politics and Dialogue of Transnational Courts in Europe: A Critical Legal Analysis – Liam O’Driscoll
  • Organisation of Working Time in the Digital Era – Paul Maier
  • “The Best Lack All Conviction, While the Worst are Full of Passionate Intensity Reconsidering Stanley Cohen’s Theory of Moral Panics – Michael Nutley
  • Rewinding the Clock: Workers’ Rights in the Gig Economy – Hilary Hogan
  • The Protection of ‘Beatha’ in Article 40.3.2’.: Does the Irish Wording of the Constitution Create a Stronger Right of Autonomy in End of Life Decision–Making? – Eimear Gallagher

Volume VIII 

Published in February 2019

Edited by Cillian Bracken and Ciara Ní Ghabhann

Articles:

  • Penalty Clauses and Liquidated Damages: The Divergence in English and Irish Jurisprudence – Conor McEneaney
  • Case C–378–17 Minister for Justice & Ors v Work Relations Commission & Ors, A Triumph for the Workplace Relations Commission? – Siobhán Lafferty
  • Dealing with the Market Abuse Regulation: A Case for Modernisation – Deirdre Ryan
  • No Country for Young Girls: Adolescent Abortion under the Eighth Amendment and the Post–Repeal Landscape – Clíodhna Ní Chéileachair
  • The Utilization of Foreign Law in Domestic Constitutional Interpretation – Evan Kearney
  • Balancing Harm and Culpability in Assessing the Gravity of an Offence – Rebecca McKittrick
  • Unloosing the Gordian Knot: The Scope of the Exclusionary Rule for Bad Character Evidence in Irish Law – Finn Keyes
  • Kerins v McGuinness & Ors – Oireachtas Inquiries and the Protection of Constitutional Rights: Striking the Right Balance – Liam O’Driscoll

Volume VII 

Published in January 2018

Edited by Aisling Hannon and Sophie Pigot

Foreward by The Hon. Mr Justice Frank Clarke, Chief Justice

Articles:

  • “Non–Catholics Need Not Apply”: The Legal Status of Discrimination in Irish School Admissions Policies – April Duff
  • To Ignore or to Exclude? A History of Unlawfully Obtained Evidence from the Jacobites To JC – Stephen Brittain
  • Revenge Pornography in Ireland: Discussion of the proposed law and the direction it may take in the near future – Emer Shannon
  • The Legal Impact of Marriage Equality – Hilary Hogan
  • The Children of Lir and the Disappearing Lake – Margaret Heavey
  • A Comparative Analysis of the Moral Right of Integrity in the UK, Ireland and France – Denis Flynn
  • Pre–implantation Genetic Diagnosis under the General Scheme of the Assisted Human
  • Reproduction Bill 2017: How Should Irish Law Regulate Prospective Parents “Designing” Their Future Children? – Laura Croke
  • When Fantasy Becomes Reality: the prospect of repealing the Human Rights Act in the UK – Danielle Gallagher
  • Brexit and Beyond: The Future of UK Human Rights Protection – Ruth Cormican
  • Case C–308/14 Commission v UK: The Market, Gender and the Retreat of the EU in the Field of Social Security – Charles Edward O’Sullivan and Muireen O’Dwyer
  • Battered Woman Syndrome in Irish Criminal Law: Justification or Excuse? – Aoife McPartland

Volume VI 

Published in October 2016

Edited by Benedict Blunnie and Sarah Jane O’Brien

Foreward by The Hon. Mr Justice Frank Clarke, Chief Justice

Articles:

  • How do the World Trade Organisation Agreements Impact upon the Laws and Legal Systems of the WTO Member States? – Darya Maynes
  • The Never–Ending Story: A Comparative Analysis of the Problems with Entrenched Emergency Theory in Legislative and Administrative Action in Israel and Northern Ireland – Anna Brennan
  • Should we keep running up that Hill? LM v Commissioner of An Garda SíochánaPaul Carey
  • Swimming Against the Tide – Sarah Healy
  • Deferred Prosecution Agreements: A Practical Proposal – Daniel McCarron
  • EU Consumer Rights Directive – Peter O’Sullivan

Volume V 

Published in November 2015

Edited by Ciara Johnson and Ciaran O’Rourke

Foreward by The Hon. Ms. Justice Carmel Stewart, High Court 

Articles:

  • From Sfumato to Chiaroscuro: Highlighting the Legal and Practical Hurdles to Art Investment Funds – Róisín Áine Costello
  • Irish Divorce Law: Where art thou certainty? – Laura Michelle Croke
  • Corporate Criminal Liability and the Companies Act 2014: A Covert Step towards Re–conceptualisation and Reform? – Nicola Cavey and Clare Elizabeth Kelly
  • Mother, where art thou? – Case Comment: M.R. v An tÁrd–ChláraitheoirEmma Fitzsimons
  • “Back To The Future?” – EU Merger Control 30 Years after the Commission’s White Paper on the Completion of the Single Market: Case Study Of The Automobile Industry – Conor Talbot
  • Dying With Dignity: Addressing The Needs Of Terminally Ill Persons In Ireland – Annie Nevala
  • Judicial Dialogue: Method In The Madness? – Megan Lee
  • ‘Warren and Brandeis and The Right to Privacy’s Hollow Core’ – Róisín Áine Costello

Volume IV 

Published in October 2014

Edited by Karen McLaughlin and Sarah Sheppard

Foreward by Máire R. Whelan SC, Attorney General 

Articles:

  • The Court of Justice of the European Union and Ireland’s Pringle Case: The Path to a Division of the EU into Two Parts? – Patricia McKenna
  • Financial Regulation in Ireland: An Analysis of the Legislative Changes Introduced in the Wake of the Financial Crisis – Audrey Lynch
  • A Comparative Approach to Transgender Legislation in the UK and Ireland – Alison Fynes
  • Empty DNA: An Exploration of Developments in mtDNA and Assisted Reproduction Technology – Rebecca Keating
  • Automatic Disqualification on Grounds of Objective Bias: A Case for Retention – Anita Finucane
  • Climate Change and Forced Displacement: Conceptual and Legal Issues – Benedict Blunnie
  • The Poor Have No Lawyers: Scotland’s Non–Compliance with the Access to Environmental Justice “Pillar” of the Aarhus Convention – Benjamin Christman
  • Public Interest Litigation in the United Kingdom: Enemy of the State? – Conor McCormick

Volume III 

Published in November 2013

Edited by Nóra Ní Loinsigh and Niall Mulligan

Foreward by The Hon Mr Justice Nial Fennelly, Judge of the Supreme Court 

Articles:

  • Reconciling the Irreconcilable: Ostensible Authority After Kelly v FraserColm Kelly
  • Charges Over Book Debts – James Kane
  • Local Government and Public Procurement: Legal and Policy Issues Related to Social Procurement and Community Benefit Clauses in Contracts in Ireland – Deirdre Halloran
  • Victim Participation Within the International Criminal Court – Rupert Holden
  • The Legality of Renting Wombs: An Analysis of the Enforceability of Surrogacy Contracts Under Irish Law – Síne Creamer
  • Whistling in the Wind: The Protected Disclosure Bill 2013 – Rebecca Keating and Ruth Keating
  • Threat to Democracy or Integral to Transparency? The Legality and Desirability of WikiLeaks – Donal Scott

Volume II 

Published in September 2012

Edited by James Nerney and Eoin Sreenan

Foreward by The Hon. Mrs Justice Susan Denham, Chief Justice

Articles:

  • Education Without Borders: The Freedom of Movement for Students in EU Law – Peter Dunne
  • Characters in Intellectual Property: Protecting Creativity, Property Rights or a Monopoly? – Stephen Richard Donnelly
  • The End of Forum non Conveniens: Has the European Court of Justice Gone Beyond its Boundaries? – Sarah Wall
  • The Rising Tide of Intermediary Activism in the Face of Digital Piracy: Irish Case Law Demands a Legislative Response – Hugh McCarthy
  • Aboriginal Land Rights: Two Centuries of Denial – Christopher Kierans
  • Wrongful Remuneration: Short Term Reward for Long Term Failure – Barry Connolly
  • New Terrorism, Social Control and the Pre–Emptive Drift: Towards the Utilisation of Foucauldian Space in Modern Socio–Legal Theory? – Stephen Kirwan

Volume I 

Published in October 2011

Edited by Amy Cahillane and Brendon Guildea

Foreward by Mary Faulkner, Dean of King’s Inns

Articles:

  • The Article 15.2 Non–Delegation Doctrine – A Crumbling Bastion of Bunreacht na hÉireann? – Ferenc Jari
  • Routine Piracy: Digital Piracy and Routine Activity Theory – Alex Towers
  • “When the chips are down, who has a stake in your kidney?” A New Approach to Organ Procurement in Ireland – Sarah Fulham McQuillan
  • Gaddafi and the International Criminal Court: An Analysis of Transitional Justice in Libya – Ben Christopher Loin Mitchell
  • Utopian Ideology in International Law – Rom Bhandari
  • LSDSI Auditor’s 2011 Inaugural Speech: The Possibility of a Motivational Theory of Law – William McLoughlin