This is the third collection of papers read at meetings of the Irish Legal History Society during 2000-4, along with some other papers on Irish legal history.
Contributors: D.S. Greer (QUB), James McGuire (UCD), James Kelly (DCU, St Patrick’s), Frank Callanan (Barrister), Hector MacQueen, W.N. Osborough (UCD), Felix Larkin, Gerard O’Brien (UU, Coleraine), D.S. Greer, Mark Finnane, Desmond McCabe, Brian Griffin (Bath College), Ronan Keane.
N.M. Dawson is professor of law, Queen’s University Belfast, and a vice-president of the Irish Legal History Society.
The Irish Legal History Society examines, explores, and engages with all issues relating to the legal history of Ireland, from earliest time to the present day. Founded in 1988, the Society holds two Discourses annually, as well as publishing scholarly works on a range of legal history subjects.