Category Archives: 2017 Volume 7 Issue 1

Case Note: Wall v. National Parks and Wildlife Service [2017] I.E.H.C. 85

Prof. Steve Hedley Vol 7 Issue 1 Case Note 1 This case concerned injuries suffered by a walker on the Wicklow Way, when she tripped and fell. She sued the National Parks and Wildlife Service (occupiers of that section of … Continue reading

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Vulnerable Witnesses and Cross-Examination: A Path to Reform

Jeff Ward Vol_7_Issue_1_Article_2 Cross-examination is considered an integral aspect of the adversarial trial process and of the accused’s right to a fair trial. However, there has been insufficient attention in Ireland on the detrimental impact that it can have on … Continue reading

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Extending the “Right to Identity” to Donor-Conceived Children in Ireland: A Jurisdictional Case Study

Dr. Donna Lyons Vol_7_Issue_1_Article_1 This article considers the “right to identity” provisions in the Children and Family Relationships Act 2015 and their adequacy in guaranteeing to the donor-conceived child the right to access identifying donor information in this jurisdiction. The … Continue reading

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