The Sixteenth Edition of the Cork Online Law Review was launched on Wednesday 15th March 2017 in University College Cork by Mr. Justice Gerard Hogan. Included in the Sixteenth Edition is a foreword written by Mr. Justice Hogan. To view the full Sixteenth Edition please click here.

 

The Gold Medal for Best Overall Article was awarded to John East for his article: “Constructing Justice: Fairness, Inclusiveness and Understanding”

The Gold Medal for Best Letter to the Editor was awarded to Alan Cusack for his letter: “Pre-Trial Cross-Examination for Vulnerable Witnesses: An Idea whose Time had Come”

John East “Constructing Justice: Fairness, Inclusiveness and Understanding” [2017] COLR 1

 

Joseph Onele “Impact Benefit Agreements and the Protection of Indigenous People's Rights: Any New Lessons from Canada?” [2017] COLR 27

 

Robert Shaw “Should International Arbitrators be Liable for Awards which are Subsequently Annuled or Held Unenforceable?”

 

Omotayo Akorede Samuel “Warrenty Terms in the UK Insurance Act 2015: Fit for Purpose or Business as Usual?” [2017] COLR 53

Neil Murphy “A ‘Global’ Competition Law: The Best Way to Tackle Clashes between EU Law and the Law of Third Countries on the Application of their Respective Competition Laws?” [2017] COLR 66

 

Máiréad LeenThe Repercussions of Concussion: A Call for Reform” [2017] COLR 87

    

Jeremie Maurice Bracka “‘An Ear for an Ear, not an Eye for an Eye’: Critiquing the ICC for the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” [2017] COLR 98

Alan CusackPre-Trial Cross-Examination for Vulnerable Witnesses: An Idea whose Time had Come” [2017] COLR 123

Edition XVI

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