Irish Supreme Court Review, Volume 4

Irish Supreme Court Review, Volume 4


A leading peer-reviewed legal journal which considers judgments from the Irish Supreme Court


Editor: Dr Oran Doyle  |  ISSN: 2565-6562 | ISBN: 9781911611677  | Currency: One Issue Per Year  | Publishing: 12 May 2022 | Price Per Issue: €129

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The Irish Supreme Court Review is published annually by Clarus Press on behalf of the School of Law, Trinity College, Dublin. It is a peer-reviewed legal journal, publishing articles that consider major themes in the work of the Court and its leading cases in the previous legal year. Articles are drawn from papers presented at the annual Conference of the Irish Supreme Court Review, including keynote contributions reflecting on the role of the Supreme Court, especially as it debates matters with other international and apex courts.

Volume 4, 2022 contains the following:


  • Quinn Insurance Ltd v PricewaterhouseCoopers |  Hilary Biehler
  • Damache v Minister for Justice and the inexorable march of fair procedures |  Laura Cahillane
  • Finding Stable Ground: The Supreme Court and the Non-Delegation Doctrine after Náisiunta Leictreacht v Labour Court, Minister for Business Enterprise, and Ireland [2021] IESC 36 |  Conor Casey
  • Zalewski: …… An Outpost at a Difficult and Indistinct Frontier | Michael Doherty
  • Getting the Reasoning Right: Gibbons v Doherty and ADT Investments Ltd [2020] IESC 72 |  Sarah E Hamill
  • Surveillance, Statutory Compliance And The Admissibility Of Evidence: DPP v Hannaway [2021] IESC 31 |  Liz Heffernan
  • Summary Possession Revisited Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank v Cody [2021] IESC 26 |  Karen Lynch Shally
  • The Same, but Different? Article 42A and the Threshold for State Intervention in Family Life | Conor O’Mahony
  • Cantrell v Allied Irish Banks Plc: A Discussion of Damage and A Conversation on Limitations |  Eoin Quill
  • University College Cork v Electricity Supply Board [2020] IESC 38 and [2021] IESC 21 | Desmond Ryan
  • Gorry v Minister for Justice and Equality [2020] IESC 55 | Gerry Whyte


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