Tag Archives: environment law

“Cultural Vandalism akin to Ripping a Knife through a Rembrandt”?: A Critical Assessment of the Protections afforded to Irish Cultural Rights under Ireland’s Developing Heritage Laws

Dr. Thomas L. Muinzer Vol_6_Issue_1_Article_2 In March 2012 Tralee Circuit Criminal Court, Ireland, indicated that it was seeking to benchmark an appropriate level of cultural heritage protection by fining a private citizen substantially for intentionally destroying a protected national monument. … Continue reading

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The experiences of disabled people in Scotland as victims of crime: structural and attitudinal barriers in the criminal justice system

Elspeth Molony Vol_5_Issue_1_Article_7 This paper outlines Capability Scotland’s participation in an initiative with the Justice Disability Steering Group to explore disabled people’s experiences of the justice system. In a discussion of the project findings, barriers faced by disabled people are … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Legislative Measures on Marine Pollution: An Assessment of Liability and Redress Regimes

Fariborz Safari Vol_4_Issue_1_Article_6 Transportation of oil and other harmful substances by sea poses great risks of causing harm to human health or welfare and the marine environment. With a view to protecting the marine environment from pollution and its resources … Continue reading

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