WORD FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF AND MANAGING EDITOR Beatrice Monciunskaite and Caoimhe Kiernan We are delighted to present this special finance issue of the Dublin Law
Niamh Reilly, Dublin City University The twin emergencies of climate change and more recently the coronavirus pandemic has seen degrowth – economic policy focused on
James Redmond, University of Limerick This paper has assessed whether an individual’s gender affects the ministerial recruitment process in Ireland and the United Kingdom. This
Aniruddha Kambhampati, Jindal Global Law School In 2014, the Supreme Court of India banned the practice of jallikattu primarily on the ground that it was
Liran Pang, Durham University The European Commission’s block on the Siemens/Alstom merger triggered an outcry from France and Germany, who jointly proposed the ‘Franco-German Manifesto
Aparajitha Narayanan, Lecturer, Jindal Global Law School Forced marriages have been affirmed as a crime against humanity by the Special Court for Sierra Leone, however,
Ethan Shattock, Maynooth University, winner of the 2019 Dublin Law and Politics Review Writing Competition This paper considers the problem of disinformation or “fake news”
The call for papers for the inaugural edition is currently closed. We will be opening a call for papers for the second edition in September.