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Dominic de Cogan Volume 3 Issue 2 Article 2 The development of corporate taxation in Britain and Ireland followed in most respects an identical path between 1853 and 1922. By 1925, however, the Irish Free State and the United Kingdom … Continue reading
Dr. Karen Brennan IJLS Volume 3 Issue 1 Article 1 This article explores sentencing of women convicted of infanticide offences at the Central Criminal Court between 1922 and 1949. A sample of 124 cases involving women who had been convicted … Continue reading
Niamh Howlin Volume 3 Issue 1 Article 3 This article examines the supposed uniqueness of the Irish criminal justice system in the nineteenth century. Although the English and Irish systems of criminal justice shared common roots, by the nineteenth century … Continue reading
Sara Ramshaw Volume 3 Issue 1 Article 4 The Seabury Commission, 1930-32, probed allegations of corruption made against, amongst others, the Irish-American Mayor of New York City, James J. ‘Jimmy’ Walker, and the Irish-dominated Tammany Hall, the Democratic political machine … Continue reading