|Clare Elizabeth Kelly
|| ||Ireland and Judicial (In)dependence in light of the Twenty-Ninth Amendment to the Constitution.
||(2015) 18(1) T.C.L.Rev. 15
|Constitutional Law; Constitution. Twenty-Ninth Amendment. Separation of Powers. Judicial Independence. Desirability of the Judicial Function. |
|| ||Legal Indeterminacy: Causes and Significance
||(2015) 18(1) T.C.L.Rev. 42
|Legal Theory; Rule of Law. Constitution. Role of the Judiciary.|
|| ||The Role of Dignity in Human Rights Theory: Constituent or Teleological?
||(2015) 18(1) T.C.L.Rev. 56
|Human Rights; Dignity. Human Rights Theory. ECHR. |
|| ||The Exclusion Clause & The Intersection of International Criminal Law & The Refugee Convention
||(2015) 18(1) T.C.L.Rev. 84
|Immigration; UN Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). L�on Mugusera v Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration). Immigration. Asylum. |
|| ||The Post-Modern Approach to Sexual Offending: A Critique of Notification & Registration Schemes
||(2015) 18(1) T.C.L.Rev. 110
|Criminal Law; Notification & Registration Schemes. Sexual Offences. Irish Sexual Offenders Act 2001. Child Protection. |