The specialist insight into criminal law and practice in Ireland.
Criminal Law and Practice Review, Volume 2 (2018)
Editors: Liz Heffernan and David Prendergast | ISBN (PB): 978-1-911611-22-6 | ISSN 2009-7344 |
Format and Price: Paperback €59 | Publication Date: 21 November 2018
The Criminal Law and Practice Review (formerly the Criminal Law and Procedure Review) is a law journal 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.
About the Editors
Liz Heffernan, Associate Professor, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin.
David Prendergast, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin.
Volume Two Includes
- ‘A Revolution in Principle’? The Impact of the New Exclusionary Rule‘ by Yvonne Marie Daly
- ‘The View of the Crime Scene‘ by Liz Heffernan
- ‘Planning and Inciting Violent Protests Through Social Media: A Criminal Law and Comparative Law Perspective’ by Alexander Heinze
- ‘The Victim in Law – The Emergence of a New Juridical Subject in the Crime Conflict’ by Shane Kilcommins
- ‘The Right to a Lawyer and the ECHR’ by Eoin O’Connor
- ‘The Path to Consistency: A Survey of Recent Sentencing Judgments of the Court Of Appeal’ by Tom O’Malley
- ‘Criminal Culpability and Sexual Offences Reform’ by David Prendergast
- ‘The Use of Pretrial Detention in Ireland: How Does the Legal Framework Operate in Practice?’ by Mary Rogan and David Perry
- The Victim in the Irish Criminal Process by Shane Kilcommins, Susan Leahy, Kathleen Moore Walsh and Eimear Spain (Manchester University Press, 2018) reviewed by Ivana Bacik
- Non-Fatal Offences Against The Person – Law and Practice by Éamonn O’Moore (Clarus Press 2018) reviewed by Miriam Delahunt
- Juries in Ireland: Laypersons and law in the long nineteenth century by Niamh Howlin (The Four Courts Press 2017) reviewed by Patrick Gageby
- The Needed Balances in EU Criminal Law: Past, Present and Future by Chloé Brière and Anne Weyembergh, (editors) (Hart 2018) reviewed by Noreen O’Meara
Who Should Buy This Review?
The Criminal Law and Practice Review will be of great interest to all criminal lawyers including practitioners, academics and students. As well as lawyers, those interested in criminology, victimology, policing, evidenceand other related criminal law topics will find this Review both informative, authoritative and current.