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‘There’s no place like home’

Paul McDonagh-Forde This article concerns recent developments in Irish law on constitutional protections of information; specifically, information that is transmitted from, or originates in, the home. This is not a conventional article on Article 40.5’s protections of the dwelling, but is rather a specific critique of its capacity to have the role suggested by Hogan[…]

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A Lost Opportunity for Environmental Law

Hannah Marshall JF Law and Politics | Junior Editorial Board Download a PDF of this article here. Introduction The case of Ecuador v Colombia,[1] known generally as the Aerial Herbicide Spraying Case, was eagerly awaited as a decision which would either “challenge an international drug ring that has terrorized Colombia for decades, or address human rights and[…]

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Donor Assisted Human Reproduction: An Analysis of the Situation in Ireland

Ceara Tonna-Barthet JF Law | Junior Editorial Board Download a PDF of this article here. Introduction The Children and Family Relationships Act 2015[1] places donor-assisted human reproduction (DAHR) on statutory footing in Ireland for the first time. Part 2 and Part 3 of the 2015 Act will in future regulate parentage in cases involving DAHR, though[…]