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Dr Frances Matthews Vol_5_Issue_2_Article 3 In Ireland, and many other countries, only adults with the necessary decision making capacity are lawfully able to marry. The validity of a marriage is governed by statutory and common law considerations. The Assisted Decision … Continue reading
Image Rights of Celebrities in the digital Era: Is there a need for the Right of Publicity in Ireland?
Emmanuel Kolawole Oke Vol_4_Issue_1_Article_5 Advertisers utilize the fame of celebrities to sell products to consumers. This is effective because celebrities are embodiments or encodings of certain values and aspirations. These encodings are done by the consumers/audiences. While movie-stars depict glamour, … Continue reading