Edition XVI

Edition XVII

The Seventeenth Edition of the Cork Online Law Review was launched on Monday 12th March 2018 in University College Cork by Mr. Justice Liam McKechnie. Included in the Seventeenth Edition is a foreword written by Dr Maria Cahill. To view the full Seventeenth Edition please click here.

 

The Gold Medal for Best Overall Article was awarded to Cécile Genoud for her article: “International Crimes Committed on the Basis of Sexual Orientation: A Lack of Protection in the Rome Statute?”

The Gold Medal for Best Letter to the Editor was awarded to Edoardo Celeste for his letter: “Packingham v North Carolina: A Constitutional Right to Social Media?

The Gold Medal for Best UCC Article was awarded to Amy O'Halloran for her article: “Voluntary Environmental Agreements: A Regulatory Solution for Activities Involving Integrated Policy Concerns”

 

Articles

1    Cécile Genoud “International Crimes Committed on the Basis of Sexual Orientation: A Lack of Protection in the Rome                       Statute?” [2018] COLR 1

2    Amy O'Halloran “Voluntary Environmental Agreements: A Regulatory Solution

      for Activities Involving Integrated Policy Concerns” [2018] COLR 24

3    Paul Carey “Référendum Et Démocratie Au 21e Siècle : Une Remise En Cause” [2018] COLR 47

4    Niall J O’ Connor “Ignoring the Presumption of Innocence: A Critical Analysis of Bail Law in Ireland” [2018] COLR 66

5    Hajer Almanea “The League of Arab States: The Role of Regional Institutions

      in the Protection of Human Rights” [2018] COLR 85

Letters to the Editor

1    Edoardo Celeste “Packingham v North Carolina: A Constitutional Right to Social”

      Media? [2018] COLR 116

2    Cornelia-Adriana Baciu “Disputed Norms in International Security and the Changing Notion of Sovereignty: R2P and the                 Dilemma of Military Interventions” [2018] COLR 120

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