Irish Supreme Court Review, Volume 5

Irish Supreme Court Review, Volume 5


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


Editor: Dr Sarah Hamill  |  ISSN: 2565-6562 | ISBN: 9781911611899  | Currency: One Issue Per Year  | Published: 21 June 2023 | Price Per Issue: €129

A  digital copy of this issue will also be made available from 30th June for purchase from  Kortext


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 5, 2023 contains the following:


  • Citizenship as Civic Relationship: U.M. v Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade [2022] IESC 25 |  Michael P Foran
  • Dowdall and Hutch v Director of Public Prosecutions [2022] IESC 36 |  Mark Coen
  • How to Adjudicate a Rights Case in Irish Constitutional Law: Gemma O’Doherty & John Waters v Minister for Health | Tom Hickey
  • The People (DPP) v McDonald [2022] IESC 29 |  Lauren O’Connell
  • It’s Nothing Personal: The Ineffective Exclusion of Personal Grievances in the Protected Disclosures Act 2014- Baranya v Rosderra Irish Meats Group Ltd | Lauren Kierans
  • Higgins v Irish Aviation Authority [2022] IESC 13 | Neville Cox
  • Executive Power and its Limits: Burke v Minister for Education [2022] IESC 1 | Oran Doyle
  • Clare CC v Bernard and Helen McDonagh and IHREC [2022] IESC 2 |  Padraic Kenna
  • Shadow Constitutionalism: P McD v The Governor Of The X Prison [2021] IESC 65 | Ronan Condon
  • Is the President a ‘Public Authority’? Presidential Functions, Immunity and the Access to Information on the Environment Regulations: Right to Know CLG v Commissioner for Environmental Information [2022] IESC 19 | Mark Poustie
  • Sobhy v Chief Appeals Officer [2021] IESC 81 | Martin Hogg
  • Standards of Review and the Equality Guarantee: Donnelly v Minister for Social Protection [2022] IESC 31 | Davy Lalor
  • The Right to Life and the State’s Investigative Obligations: Fox v Minister for Justice [2021] IESC 61 | Hilary Hogan
  • Proof of Sexual Assault in Irish Law: People (DPP) v FN [2022] IESC 22 | Catherine O’Sullivan


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