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Irish Human Rights Law Review

Donncha O'Connell (ed)
Clarus Press (April 2010)

The Irish Human Rights Law Review, to be published annually, will focus on the growing importance of Human Rights Law in Ireland. Each edition will feature articles by national and international experts as well as a substantial case note section with contributions from both legal practitioners and academics.

The inaugural issue of the IHRLR will be published in April 2010. It will contain articles by the following contributors: Justice Michael Kirby of the Australian High Court, Dr. Alpha Connelly, former CEO of the Irish Human Rights Commission, Colm O Cinneide of University College London, Professor Pat Dolan, UNESCO Chair in Child & Family Support and Civic Engagement at NUI Galway and Marie McGonagle, Ciara Smyth and Dr. Padraic Kenna of the School of Law, NUI Galway. The contributors to the case note section are: Professor Rick Lawson of the University of Leiden, Senator Alex White, B.L., Brian Tobin of TCD, Dr. Tarlach McGonagle of the Institute of Information Law, University of Amsterdam, Siobhan Cummiskey, Solicitor, Dr. Laurent Pech of the School of Law, NUI Galway, Siobhan Phelan, B.L., Emer Meeneghan, B.L., and Aoife O’Donoghue of the University of Durham.

The Journal - the first of its kind - will be of interest to practitioners in the public and private sectors, academics and students.

  • Donncha O’Connell is a visiting senior fellow at the Centre for the Study of Human Rights, LSE

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