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  • Criminal procedure and mental health 

    Whelan, Darius (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2000)
    This thesis is a critical evaluation of criminal procedure and mental health in Ireland, concentrating in particular on fitness to plead, insanity acquittals, transfers from ordinary mental hospitals to the Central Mental ...
  • Private property rights in the Irish Constitution 

    Walsh, Rachael (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2011)
    This Thesis analyses the protection of private property rights in the Irish Constitution both critically and constructively. Critically, it examines the results driven nature of Irish constitutional property doctrine through ...
  • The legal assimilation of same-sex family units in Ireland 

    Tobin, Brian (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2015)
    This PhD thesis critically examines how Irish law can promote the effective assimilation of same-sex family units into Irish society. Initially, the thesis assesses the potential for marriage equality under Irish law. The ...
  • Choice in context : a relational perspective on coercion in the Law of Contract and the Law of Marriage 

    Ryan, Fergus W. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2001)
    The rhetoric of freedom is sometimes too readily accepted. It has infected, in particular, the discourses and doctrines of law, especially in the field of so-called ‘private ordering’. Thus it is regularly considered ...
  • Vindicating rights through the tortious liability of public authorities : themes and tensions in comparative perspective 

    Ryan, Desmond (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2010)
    The specific question addressed in this thesis is; to what degree are the core constituent ingredients in, and the outcomes of, domestic causes of action in the tortious liabihty of pubhc authorities being influenced by ...

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