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New edition of the Judicial Studies Journal

04.06.2019
New edition of the Judicial Studies Journal New edition of the Judicial Studies Journal

A new edition of the  Irish Judicial Studies Journal has just been published, the third to be

handled by the School of Law at the University of Limerick. This edition includes a range of

articles  on topics as diverse as the centrality of truth in the pursuit of justice,

children in the Irish criminal justice system, judicial discretion in sentencing, judicial reasoning in

sentencing, the appointment of academics to the Irish judiciary, the techniques and statutory

phrases which regulate court proceedings in family law and child law, the changing role of the

solicitor in the Garda station, and unfair contract terms in managing possession cases. The

authors come from both communities of legal scholarship and practice, including judges,

barristers, solicitors, researchers, Ph.D. scholars and academics. There is also a book review section. The editorial team comprises of

Prof Shane Kilcommins (acting general editor), Dr Laura Cahillane (general editor),

Dr Lydia Bracken, Dr Alan Cusack, Dr. Susan Leahy, Dr John Lombard, Dr. Jennifer Schweppe, and Eoin Quill. Lucy Davis was copy editor and was assisted by copywriter, Bríana

Walsh. A link to the journal is available below:

 

https://www.ijsj.ie/editions/2019-edition-01