Recent Submissions

  • Prison policy in Ireland 1922-1972 : subversion, stagnation and social change 

    Rogan, Mary (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2009)
    This thesis examines Irish prison policy during the period 1922-1972. It investigates the formation and implementation of Irish prison policy, analyses the factors influencing the course of such policy and places such ...
  • The effects of the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive on Irish law 

    Reilly, Nathan (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2009)
    The Unfair Commercial Practices Directive (“UCPD”) is a legal measure of significant import. It establishes a “single general prohibition of unfair commercial practices distorting consumers economic behaviour” across the ...
  • War of the worlds? : Pluralism vs. market liberalisation: the European regulation of the television broadcasting sector 

    Komorek, Ewa (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2008)
    This thesis makes the case for the European regulation of media concentration in the television broadcasting sector. Television broadcasting is currently undergoing substantial and rapid changes. The phenomena of digitalisation ...
  • The law of subrogation 

    Donnelly, Daniel (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2000)
    This thesis attempts a thorough review of the law of subrogation as applied in Ireland and England, with reference to the law of other common law jurisdictions and to the views of certain civil law writers. It first ...
  • Directors' duties : old principles, new perspectives 

    Ahern, Deirdre (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2008)
    In managing a company on behalf of the shareholders, directors are possessed of significant freedom. This freedom is constrained by the duties owed by directors to the company, duties which were initially developed by the ...

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