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Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland
Thomas Henry Maxwell
|Statement||Editor T. Henry Maxwell. Compilers H. C. Hamilton (et al.).|
|Contributions||Hamilton, H. C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cccxciii, 2797 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||2797|
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Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland and Northern Ireland from the commencement of Hilary sittings,to the end of Michaelmas term, Edited by Reginald A.
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Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland. The actual titles of the volumes vary somewhat, but the work is generally known as the 'Irish Digest' (see classmark GA5.H.2).
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Tuairiscí Éireann, The Irish Reports Special Reports – A bi-lingual collection of judgments decided in the superior courts of Ireland, with english translations. The Irish Digests provide a comprehensive record of cases published in The Irish Reports, The Northern Ireland Reports, The Irish Law Times Reports and The Irish Law Reports Monthly.
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The book is based on the project, entitled ‘Changing Ireland, Changing Law’ (CICL), which involved a series of seminars under four themes exploring the relationship between legal action and social change. This book examines the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Ireland since its creation in It sets out the origins of the Court, explains how it operated during the life of the Irish Free State (), and considers how it has developed various fields of law under Ireland's Constitution, especially after the 're-creation' of the Court in Author: Elizabeth Wells.The Irish law times digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland, reported in the Irish law times reports, vols.
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