The Irish Law Times Goes to War – 1914–1918 by Dr. Myles Dungan
“The Irish Law Times, like many similar professional publications at the time, was factional, stuffy, opinionated, curmudgeonly and conservative. It was a publication entirely devoid of self–doubt catering to a profession that, like the ILT itself, combined flamboyance with prolixity and flowery rhetoric with painstaking exactitude” says Dr. Myles Dungan at a lecture given as part of lecture series organised by the Courts Centenary Commemoration Committee on Thursday 13th November 2014.
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