History, personal injury, insolvency and parole explored in latest Irish Judicial Studies Journal
Articles exploring legal history, personal injury law, corporate insolvency and life imprisonment are among the articles published in the latest edition of the Irish Judicial Studies Journal.
The first 2020 edition of the quarterly journal, which includes contributions from judges, lawyers and legal academics, is now available from the IJSJ website.
Writing in the introduction, editor-in-chief Dr Laura Cahillane said: “I am delighted to present the first edition of the Irish Judicial Studies Journal for 2020.
“This edition has a great selection of articles from judges, practitioners and academics, covering a diverse range of issues.
“History is a major theme in this edition from the issue of heroism, to Catholicism, and a look at a major historic case.
“The very topical subject of personal injuries is considered, as well as the state as a litigant. Further articles consider the areas of corporate insolvency law, judicial interpretation, and the Parole Act.”