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A practising barrister has written a new authoritative guide to the responsibilities of professional witnesses in court cases. The Reliable Expert Witness, written by barrister Mark Tottenham and published by Clarus Press, is aimed at professionals from many disciplines, businesses and industries wh

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The first edition of the annual Irish Supreme Court Review (ISCR), drawn from papers presented at the inaugural ISCR conference last October, has been published. The Chief Justice of Ireland, Mr Justice Frank Clarke, is among 14 high-profile contributors to the inaugural edition of the peer-reviewed

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Dr Kevin Sweeney, author of Arrest, Detention and Questioning: Law and Practice, explores the law in Ireland and the EU on access to information in criminal proceedings in his article for Irish Legal News. In the Sunday Times newspaper of June 2, 2019, the chairwoman of the Irish Criminal Bar Associ

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A new book on Irish data protection law, written by barrister Laura L. Keogh, has been published today to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Data Protection Compliance: A Guide to GDPR and Irish Data Protection Law, published by Clarus Press,

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Barrister Laura L. Keogh, author of Data Protection Compliance: A Guide to GDPR and Irish Data Protection Law, writes for Irish Legal News on the Public Services Card (PSC) - which contains an individual's name, signature, PPS number, card number and facial image - and its compatibility with the EU

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A new book offering a practical guide to EU and Irish data protection law is set to be launched this April, just ahead of the anniversary of the GDPR coming into effect. Data Protection Compliance: A Guide to GDPR and Irish Data Protection Law, by Irish lawyer Laura Keogh, is designed and written to

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A new book setting out the law and practice of the arrest, detention and questioning of criminal suspects is now available. Arrest, Detention and Questioning: Law and Practice, by Dr Kevin Sweeney, examines some of the key functions of policing in Ireland in relation to Garda investigations and a pe

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A new book by solicitor Sandra Murray and law lecturer Dr Padraic Kenna examines the issues arising in Ireland in the transition to eConveyancing. Electronic conveyancing (eConveyancing) envisages paperless transactions through all stages of the conveyancing process, from pre-sale to post-completion

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A new book on white collar crime in Ireland, written by leading senior practitioners, academics and regulators in the field, has been published by Clarus Press. White-Collar Crime in Ireland: Law and Policy, edited by Dr Joe McGrath at University College Dublin, was published today.

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