Declan Martin’s Irish Politics in Postcards is both a fantastic read, and an invaluable resource for anyone interested in Irish history. The (mostly) unbiased commentary throughout each chapter of Irish political history unravels the intricacies of each illustration in a manner that is accessible,
Richard Grogan Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates Solicitors writes about the potential impact of a recent court decision on exemplary costs in an employment law case.
Two years after the establishment of the Court of Appeal, Ronan Daly Jermyn's Ronan Geary and Lisa Mansfield look at the effect the new court is having on the backlog of appeals in the Irish court system.
“I was five years old when I learned that my grandmother lived behind a curtain.” The line that opens this book written by a former U.S. intelligence officer, Nina Willner is, of course, a reference to the Iron Curtain. Forty Autumns spans three generations of the author’s family living in Eas
Sinéad Carroll Sinéad Carroll, partner in the litigation department of Cantillons Solicitors in Cork, responds to reports the Government is to set up a commission of inquiry into personal injury claims.
Kapil Summan was greatly impressed by East West Street and spoke to the author about current threats to human rights. In The Rise and Fall of the Third Chimpanzee, scientist Jared Diamond cites 20 genocides since 1950, arguing that “genocide has been part of our human and prehuman heritage for mil