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  • Laura Cahillane; Cahillane, Laura (Clarus Press, 2009)
    The only type of discipline provided for under the Constitution is removal.2 So theoretically, if a judge at Supreme, High or Circuit Court level in Ireland misbehaves, the only punishment available is to remove him/her ...
  • Laura Cahillane; Cahillane, Laura (Hart Bloomsbury, 2018)
    The Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution Act 1995 removed the ban on divorce from the Irish Constitution. It was the second attempt at removing the ban; the first in 1986, ended with a substantial victory for the ...
  • Cahillane, Laura (Published by Clarus Press on behalf of the School of Law, Trinity College, Dublin, 2015)
    In Ireland, judges can only be removed as a result of ‘stated misbehaviour’ but the extent of this phrase is unclear, as is the process of actually removing the judge. Furthermore, Ireland has no formal process for lesser ...
  • Cahillane, Laura (University College Cork, 2016)
    Judicial diversity is not a subject which is much discussed in Ireland. Despite the fact that our judiciary is still a relatively homogenous group with figures on female judges only recently improving, it seems neither the ...
  • Cahillane, Laura (University College Cork, 2010)
    Recently in Britain, there has been a discussion as to whether the Royal Prerogative is still a necessary part of the law. However, in Ireland, there is still confusion over whether the Prerogative actually exists in this ...
  • Cahillane, Laura (Thomson Reuters Round Hall, 2013)
    This book was produced following a conference held in King's Inns in June 2012 in celebration of the 75th anniversary of Bunreacht na hÉireann. The aim of the conference was to reflect on the past, present and future of ...
  • Cahillane, Laura (University College Cork, 2013)
    Until relatively recently, there was little known about the drafting process which led to the creation of our current Constitution. Myths, such as the idea that the Constitution was the sole creation of Eamon de Valera, ...
  • Cahillane, Laura (Clarus Press, 2017)
    Throughout the history of Bunreacht na hÉireann, Article 41.2 has been one of the most consistently controversial provisions. From the moment the Constitution was published, this provision provoked anger from women’s groups ...
  • Cahillane, Laura; Murray, Paul (Irish Academic Press, 2018)
    Article 1, Anglo-Irish Treaty: Ireland shall have the same constitutional status in the Community of Nations known as the British Empire as the Dominion of Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Dominion of New Zealand, ...
  • Laura Cahillane; Cahillane, Laura (Clarus Press, 2016)
    There are very few legal theses nowadays which concentrate solely on legal history. However, most legal theses will have aspects of history in them. It is often the first response of a lawyer to trace the history of a ...

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