The Ninth Edition of the Cork Online Law Review was launched at the beginning of March (2010) in the University College Cork Staff Common Room. The Chief State Solicitor, Mr. David O’Hagan was on hand to launch the edition and share his thoughts on the future of legal practice in Ireland.

 

The Medal for Best Overall Submission was awarded to Ms. Jennifer Hourihane for her essay, “The Perfect Storm” – Impact and Assessment of the Proposed Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive.

 

The Edition in full is available here.

 

Henry Rossouw – Alternatives to Traditional Sentencing Methods – The Efficacy and Constitutionality of Periodic Imprisonment in South Africa

 

John Barry – The Criminal Justice (Surveillance) Act 2009: An Examination of the Compatibility of the New Act with Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights

 

Anthanasia Hadjigeorgiou – Balancing Conflicting Interests During Pregnancy: Ultrasound v Reality

 

Brian O’Reilly – In the Name of the Most Holy Trinity: Religious Anachronisms and the Need for a Secular Constitution

 

Jennifer Hourihane – “The Perfect Storm” – Impact and Assessment of the Proposed Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive

 

Glen Wright – Designing Climate Change Law: A Comparative Analysis of the US and the EU

 

Niamh O’Sullivan – Scientific Uncertainty and the Precautionary Principle

 

Donna Lyons – Limiting the Potential for Bystander Apathy: On the Introduction of a Duty to Rescue in International Law

 

Anthanasia Hadjigeorgiou – Rethinking the Mechanisms for Judgment Compliance in the Council of Europe and Eliminating the ‘Legal/Political Gap’

Edition IX

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