Hibernian Law Journal

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A distinguished panel of human rights experts will discuss the challenges posed by the use of emergency powers by the executive at this year's Hibernian Law Journal annual lecture. Sinéad Gibney, head of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, will be joined on the panel by Jim O'Call

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The Hibernian Law Journal has made another call for submissions for its 2022 case note competition ahead of the deadline on Saturday. Case notes of 2,000 to 4,000 words are sought by the Journal on any recent seminal judgment of the Irish courts, the EU courts or the European Court of Human Rights.

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The Hibernian Law Journal has opened submissions for its 2022 case note competition. Case notes of 2,000 to 4,000 words are sought by the Journal on any recent seminal judgment of the Irish courts, the EU courts or the European Court of Human Rights.

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The Hibernian Law Journal has announced the virtual publication of its 20th volume, now available online via HeinOnline and Westlaw. Volume 20 explores topics including the contemporary impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the courts, the examinership process and insurance claims as well as a sweepin

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The Hibernian Law Journal has reissued a call for submissions for its 21st volume ahead of the deadline this Saturday. The Journal is particularly interested in receiving articles examining domestic matters and will also consider those which discuss European or international law or other common law

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The Hibernian Law Journal will host a panel discussion on the challenges of online disinformation for this year's annual lecture. Mr Justice Michael Twomey, the Journal's judge-in-residence, will chair a panel including Celene Craig, deputy chief executive of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (B

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Midnight tonight marks the final deadline for submitting case notes to the Hibernian Law Journal for its Case Note Competition 2021. Case notes of 2,000 to 4,000 words are sought by the Journal on any recent seminal judgment of the Irish courts, the EU courts or the European Court of Human Rights.

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The Hibernian Law Journal has opened submissions for its Case Note Competition 2021. Case notes of 2,000 to 4,000 words are sought by the Journal on any recent seminal judgment of the Irish courts, the EU courts or the European Court of Human Rights.

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The Hibernian Law Journal has announced the appointment of Matt Gregg as its new editor-in-chief as it sets out to work on its next volume. Mr Gregg, a deputy editor of the outgoing board, succeeds Riccardo Savona Siemens in the role and will edit Volume 20 of the Journal.

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