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  • Annual Review of Irish Law, 0791-1084, €699.96
      This is a comprehensive treatise on judicial and statutory developments in Irish law. Each volume in this widely acclaimed series provides an analytical account of legal developments during the year in question.
  • Commercial Law Practitioner, 0791-895X, €1809.00
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      This is an established journal for over 27 years and is published 11 times per year giving an Irish perspective on commercial and company law. Regular update features include: Company, Commercial, Banking and Securities, and European Law.
  • Conveyancing & Property Law Journal, 1393-3213, €821.00
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      Conveyancing and Property Law Journal is a quarterly journal and covers articles on topics such as Housing; Conveyancing; Succession/wills; Landlord and Tenant; Leases; Taxation and Case Reports.
  • Employment Law Reports, 0791-2560, €1463.04
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    Employment Law Reports is published six times a year and since 1990 has been exclusively reporting on cases on employment and trade union law. It reports on cases within the High Court and the Workplace Relations Commission and on appeals to the Superior Courts. The headnotes are written by members of the Bar who specialise in employment law. Each issue carries a 'Briefing from the Editor'.
  • Irish Current Law Monthly Digest, 1357-2679, €2552.04
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      This is a fast, comprehensive guide to all recent Irish legal developments. Organised by subject area, the Irish Current Law Monthly Digest allows you to easily locate material relevant to your practice. The cumulative tables and the keyword index ensure efficient access to specific material.
  • Irish Employment Law Journal, 1649-4024, €949.00
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    The Irish Employment Law Journal aims to help you keep up-to-date with developments in this field. You no longer need to consult a wide variety of sources as the Irish Employment Law Journal provides you with a quarterly summary of all the important changes within one source.
  • Irish Journal of Family Law, 1393-7073, €750.00
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    This practice-based journal will keep practitioners abreast of legislative developments, interpretation by the courts and best practice in relation to the core areas of daily work.
  • Irish Law Reports Monthly, 0332-3293, €2453.00
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      Irish Law Reports Monthly (ILRM) is Round Hall's flagship case report series since 1976 and reports the majority of judgments emanating from the Superior Courts in Ireland. It provides a complete round-up of key Irish cases with must-have head notes across 14 issues per year. All the cases are selected by experts, expert analysis on the court decisions which can be cited in court and insights to key Supreme and High Court decisions about points of law, practice, procedure, and admissibility of evidence that are essential to your work. IRLM saves you time by giving you the complete picture of key legal and practice developments across a broad range of subject areas: damages, constitutional law, judicial review, company law, family law, practice points relevant to practitioners, significant Circuit Court judgments and ex-tempore judgments which may not otherwise be reported.
  • Irish Law Times, 0021-1281, €1751.00
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      Irish Law Times published 20 times a year since early 1980s. Regular features exclusive to the Irish Law Times: Editor's briefing; Digest of Acts, SIs and Superior Courts decisions. Articles cover topics such as Practice and Procedure, Criminal, Immigration, Employment, and Constitutional.
  • Irish Planning and Environmental Law Journal, 0791-9735, €1031.00
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      Irish Planning and Environmental Law Journal, a quarterly journal since the early 1990s, is a practice-based journal that has become the leading forum for the topical discussion of developments in planning and environmental law. Along with topical articles it has regular sections on Section 5 References, Recent European environmental developments, Case Notes, and Primary and secondary legislation relevant to planning and environmental law.
  • Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland, 1393-1792, €717
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      The Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland was launched in 1995 and represents an exciting new departure in legal jurisprudence. The aim and scope of this journal is to inform professionals of current legal and ethical issues related to patient care and also provide an academic and scientific forum for practitioners and academics to debate medico-legal issues of importance to individuals and society as a whole.
  • The Irish Jurist, 0021-1273, €792
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      The Irish Jurist is Ireland's oldest academic law journal. Since the inauguration of the new series in 1966, the journal has been edited by members of the UCD Sutherland School of Law. The Irish Jurist publishes material in all fields of law and welcomes submissions from Ireland and abroad, though editorial policy is to strike a balance between material of local and general interest. It encourages contributions which seek to analyse Irish law or which bring to bear international and comparative perspectives that are of relevance to the Irish legal community.
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