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Human Rights Law (Law Society of Ireland Manuals)
by:Brid Moriarty, Eva Massa
The third edition of Human Rights Law provides trainee solicitors with an overview of the sources of human rights protection in Ireland, and will also prove invaluable to practitioners. Included are chapters on substantive human rights law and a discussion of key human rights, as well as information on the incorporation of the ECHR into Irish law,...
The third edition of Human Rights Law provides trainee solicitors with an overview of the sources of human rights protection in Ireland, and will also prove invaluable to practitioners. Included are chapters on substantive human rights law and a discussion of key human rights, as well as information on the incorporation of the ECHR into Irish law, Ireland's involvement in the UN and the right to liberty. The manual also offers guidance on refugee law and practice. The third edition has been fully updated to cover recent legislative changes in this area. This edition includes two new chapters, the first of which offers an introduction to the foundations of human rights law, exploring its origins and the basis of human rights protection. The second covers immigration law, explaining all stages of the immigration and citizenship process in Ireland: entry, residence, long-term residence and citizenship, and departure. Chapters on refugee law and the UN have been entirely rewritten to incorporate recent developments in case law and criminal justice.
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