“I’m Still Standing”

DÁIRE MCMULLIN* The development of citizen environmental action in Ireland has constantly been beset by procedural problems. The modern zeitgeist of access to justice has led to fundamental changes to the rules of standing in the adjudication of environmental matters. The standard recourse for citizen led environmental litigation in Ireland is through judicial review of[…]


Citizen’s Assembly

Hilary Hogan The Citizens’ Assembly is comprised of ninety-nine members of the public, led by a judge, tasked with making suggestions for the reform of aspects of Irish law and policy. The first of those issues for consideration is the Eighth Amendment, the provision which has lead to  limiting abortion procedures in Ireland to cases[…]