The Criminal Law and Practice Review (formerly the Criminal Law and Procedure Review) is a new book from Clarus Press in collaboration with the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin. Originally based on the Criminal Law Update conference held annually in Trinity College, the revamped Criminal Law and Practice Review includes article versions of the papers presented at the conference, along with new articles and notes on recent developments in substantive and procedural criminal law.
This book provides a comprehensive and accessible analysis of the Irish child law system. It addresses a wide range of child law topics including children's rights; parentage; donor-assisted human reproduction and surrogacy; guardianship, custody and access; child protection; representation and participation; and education.
Contributors have written about the methods used in their research, outlining the choice methodology; describing methods used; detailing advantages, disadvantages and challenges to the approach taken; discussing any ethical considerations that arose in the context of the research; reflecting on the approach taken.
An Introduction to Irish Company Law is an established and popular leading textbook on company law. It is written with the student reader in mind and designed to help in their understanding of the core principles of company law.
This publication is the second book in ‘The Essential 21st Century Guide Series’ published by Clarus Press. The distillation (sometimes illegal) of uisce beatha, poitín and gin has existed in Ireland over many centuries. In 1806, over 25% of the entire production of Irish whiskey was estimated to come from illicit stills. While the process of brewing and distilling has come a long way since the days Molly Gallivan produced her homemade poitín known as Molly’s Mountain Dew in the Kerry Mountains, laws from 1831 still apply to breweries and distilleries today.
Veterinary Law and Practice in Ireland is the first book to deal with the practical and legal issues that confront the veterinary profession. The authors give their professional and practical perspectives from their respective legal and veterinary disciplines.