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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Dr. Seamus Ó Tuama Volume 2 Issue 2 Article 3 The current Irish Constitution – Bunreacht na hÉireann – was enacted in 1937. It became the personal mission and central ambition of Éamon de Valera, the then President of the … Continue reading
Nemo Iudex in Causa Sua: Aspects of the No-Bias Rule of Constitutional Justice in Courts and Administrative Bodies
Finín O’Brien Volume 2 Issue 2 Article 2This article explores various aspects of the No-Bias rule in Constitutional Justice. There are three types of bias, namely subjective bias, presumed bias and apparent bias. Four different aspects of the No-Bias rule … Continue reading
Television Courtroom Broadcasting and Eye Tracking: An Irish Solution to the U.S. Supreme Court Research Challenge?
Paul Lambert Volume_2_Issue_2_Article_1 Television courtroom broadcasting is an important and topical issue. Debate frequently centers on the possible effects, positive and negative. This layer of television courtroom broadcasting analysis has also troubled the U.S. Supreme Court in three camera cases, … Continue reading
The Hon. Mr. Justice Adrian Hardiman Volume_2_Issue_1_Article 1