The Offences Handbook 2019 is a fully indexed guide to the most up-to-date Criminal and Road Traffic offences extracted from Round Hall Consolidated Road Traffic Legislation and Goldberg, Consolidated Criminal Legislation looseleafs.
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.
Licensing applications account for 12% of all matters that come before the District Court. The licensing code, as it is generally called, embraces a multitude of provision contained in the Licensing Acts, statutes dealing with the Revenue Commissioners, illicit distillation and the registration of clubs. Anomalies abound throughout the patchwork of statutes which constitute this code. In the first decade of this century, five intoxicating liquor Acts have added their own complexities to the code and the relevant provisions of these Acts have been incorporated into previous editions of the book.
This annual Irish publication contains selected case notes and materials relevant to employment law. Practitioners need to be up to date and this annual publication provides that service. By being selective, and having that selection carried out by experienced lawyers, practitioners are kept up to date by having access to the most prominent and important cases and legislation pertaining to the previous 12 months.
Irish law. Within a legal context and having regard to climate change and security of energy supply, the book defines energy, identifies its sources and examines its associated networks and categorises the sources of energy law.