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Termination of Pregnancy, Article 40.3.3, and the Law of Intended Consequences

Shane N. Glackin & Simon Mills Vol_3_Issue_3_Article_5 Much of the public debate concerning the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill 2013 (2013 Bill) has either presumed or explicitly claimed that “abortion” is never necessary to save the life of the … Continue reading

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When is a Foetus not an Unborn? Fatal Foetal Abnormalities and Article 40.3.3

Jennifer Schweppe and Eimear Spain Vol_3_Issue_3_Article_6 The inability of women carrying foetuses suffering from fatal abnormalities to access a termination in this jurisdiction has been discussed widely in the media and the political sphere in recent times. Diverging views have … Continue reading

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Review of Gerard Hogan, The Origins of the Irish Constitution 1928-1941 (2012)

Dr Laura Cahillane Volume 3 Issue 1 Article 6

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Revisiting the Irish Constitution and De Valera’s Grand Vision

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

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