1998 (Volume 92)
Commercial Law Practitioner
Construction, Engineering and Energy Law Journal
Conveyancing & Property Law Journal
Technology & Entertainment Law Journal
Conveyancing and Property Law Journal
Cork Online Law Review
Dublin University Law Journal
Hibernian Law Journal
Independent Law Review
Irish Business Law Quarterly
Irish Criminal Law Journal
Irish Employment Law Journal
Irish Intellectual Property Review
Irish Journal of European Law
Irish Journal of Family Law
Irish Journal of Legal Studies
Irish Jurist
Irish Law Review
Irish Law Times
Irish Planning and Environmental Law Journal
Irish Probate Law Journal
Irish Review of Community Economic Development Law and Policy
Irish Yearbook of International Law
Journal of Civil Practice and Procedure
Judicial Studies Institute Journal
Law Society Gazette
Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland
Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly
The Bar Review
The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer
Trinity College Law Review
UCD Law Review
List of Periodicals

Law Society Gazette - 1998



Author
 
Title
Citation
Stephen Glanville Partnerships: a limited future?
(1998) 92 (1) LSG 12
Company Law; Partnership Liability
Kieran Doran The case for mandatory reporting
(1998) 92 (1) LSG 16
Family Law; Child Abuse; Mandatory Reporting
Gerald Needham Please, Sir! How the petition system works
(1998) 92 (1) LSG 18
Criminal Law; Criminal Justice Act 1951; Petitions
Deirdre O Brien Bar Wars
(1998) 92 (2) LSG 12
Legal Profession; Legal Practitioners
Alan Shatter Degrees of separation
(1998) 92 (2) LSG 16
Family Law; Judicial Separation
Kevin Maguire Casting off the tax net
(1998) 92 (2) LSG 26
Revenue Law; Taxes Consolidation Act 1997; Offshore Accounts
Maria O Connell Taking a punt on the Euro
(1998) 92 (2) LSG 28
European Law; Single Currency; Euro
P Burnley & K Gomersal The corporate killing fields
(1998) 92 (3) LSG 16
Company Law; Corporate Criminal Liability
Denis Kelleher Get with the program
(1998) 92 (3) LSG 20
Information Technology Law; Software Copyright
Michael Twomey Firing your partners the American Way
(1998) 92 (3) LSG 22
Company Law; Partnerships; Fiduciary Duties
Eamonn O Connor The better part of discretion
(1998) 92 (3) LSG 24
Law of Equity; Trusts; Discretionary Trusts
E O Callaghan & D Walshe Always on my mind
(1998) 92 (4) LSG 14
Law of Tort; Nervous Shock
Eamonn Hall Little house of horrors
(1998) 92 (4) LSG 18
Legal Profession; Professional Accountability; Conveyancing; Duty of Care
Bryan Mc Mahon Should pay, wont pay
(1998) 92 (4) LSG 22
Insurance Law; Motor Insurance; Uninsured Drivers
Adrian Twomey Terms of engagement
(1998) 92 (4) LSG 30
Employment Law; Contract of Employment
W Binchy & C Craven Doctors in the dock
(1998) 92 (5) LSG 18
Law of Tort; Medical Negligence
James Candon Can you bank on the Euro?
(1998) 92 (5) LSG 32
Contract Law; Single Currency
Paul Kenny The Investment Intermediaries Act, 1995
(1998) 92 (5) LSG 35
Financial Law; Investment Intermediaries Act 1995
Joan O Mahony Splitting the difference
(1998) 92 (6) LSG 16
Family Law; Family Property
Maureen Cronin Mean Dispositions
(1998) 92 (6) LSG 18
Property Law; Succession Act, 1965; Section 117
Niall O Hanlon Copy Catch!
(1998) 92 (6) LSG 23
Intellectual Property Law; Copyright Law; European Term Directive
Dermot Walsh Crime and Punishment
(1998) 92 (7) LSG 16
Criminal Law; Garda Powers; Bail; Criminal Assets Bureau
John Paul Mc Cutcheon Recent developments in criminal law
(1998) 92 (7) LSG 20
Criminal Law; Assault; Sexual Offences
Pat Igoe Company Law: Too much law and not enough order?
(1998) 92 (7) LSG 26
Company Law; Corporate Enforcement
Niall O Hanlon Jumping on the Brand Wagon
(1998) 92 (8) LSG 20
Intellectual Property Law; Trade Marks; Comparative Advertising
Pat Igoe Cooking the Books
(1998) 92 (9) LSG 16
Criminal Law; Fraud
Conal O Boyle Leave it to the Experts
(1998) 92 (9) LSG 20
Law of Evidence; Expert Witnesses
Niall O Hanlon Mitigating Circumstances
(1998) 92 (9) LSG 28
Revenue Law; Tax Avoidance; Tax Mitigation
Kieron Wood E-mail as evidence: will it stand up in court?
(1998) 92 (10) LSG 16
Information Technology Law; Electronic Mail; Evidence
David Meehan Freedom of Information Act: WhoÆs using it, and why?
(1998) 92 (10) LSG 22
Freedom of Information Act 1997
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