Some Samples of Our Work


This page offers a small representative portfolio of our work. 


To view a PDF sample of a book please click on the book title or on its cover image.


Navarre Bible: Minor Prophets
Translated by Michael Adams
ISBN: 1-85182-971-7
368pp. 
Four Courts Press
Hardback


Full biblical text in the Revised Standard Version and the New Vulgate together with extensive commentaries.



Art and Devotion in Late Medieval Ireland
Rachel Moss, Colmán Ó Clabaigh OSB & Salvador Ryan, editors
ISBN: 1-85182-987-3
264pp; colour ills. 
Four Courts Press
Hardback


This multi-disclipinary volume examines the material culture of late medieval Irish devotion against its artistic, historical, theological and liturgical background. Richly illustrated in full colour throughout, the contributors draw on recent advances in international scholarship to provide a broad context for the Irish material.



Joan Dobbyn and Donal Farrell
ISBN: 9780717137114
360pp.
Gill & Macmillan
Paperback


Tailored to the Irish Leaving Certificate French course. Suitable for classes where Higher and Ordinary Level students are taught together. Features an accessible structure with exam questions integrated throughout. Reflects the format of the Higher Level exam paper


Graham and Phemie Rose, in association with the Harold Barry Trust
ISBN: n/a
2pp.
Carrigboy
130gsm 

An integrated and linked guide to fifteen private gardens in West Cork, Ireland


Dr. P.J. McGrath
ISBN: 1-874076-57-X
296pp.
Estragon Press
Paperback

One of Ireland's leading philosophers, Dr P.J. McGrath examines one of the fundamental and most intractable questions in moral philosophy: are moral issues matters of objective fact?

Dear Josette, Many thanks for your assistance in the production of "The Objectivity of Morals". It is a beautifully produced volume, a credit to everyone involved, particularly yourself. I hope the content does not fall short of the format.  – P.J. McGrath.


Professor Dermot Walsh
ISBN: 9781858002231
1336pp.
Round Hall
Hardback

This book presents and analyses the law on all aspects of police powers, the jurisdiction of the criminal courts, pre-trial procedure, trial procedure, criminal evidence, sentencing, appeals and fundamental institutions in the criminal process, among others. Separate chapters are devoted to specialist topics of juvenile justice and the confiscation of criminal assets. The contents of all relevant statutes, statutory instruments and case law are described and analysed in great detail.
 

Insular Inscriptions
David Howlett
ISBN: 1-85182-567-3
288pp.
Four Courts Press
Hardback

The author presents from stones, mosaics, walls, brasses, inscribed artefacts, colophons etc. scores of compositions from twenty centuries, illustrating the thoughts of inhabitants of these islands in Aramaic, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Irish, Welsh, English, Norse and French. David Howlett works on the medieval dictionary at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, England.


Dagmar Fischer
ISBN: 0-7171-2801-6   
368pp.
Gill & Macmillan
Paperback

Suitable for 3rd level students. Combines textbook, workbook and short grammar. Chapters are self-contained with a progression in the complexity of materials and of grammar points. Dagmar Fischer is a lecturer of German for Business at the Dublin Institute of Technology.


Robert Clark and Blanaid Clarke
ISBN: 9780717143788
1200pp.
Gill & Macmillan
Paperback


Additional linking commentaries and revision exercises enrich the depth of resources of this edition for students. New cases from the Irish, British and Commonwealth judicial systems will bring the reader up to date with key decisions handed down up to February 2008.

Gerard Hogan and David Gwynn Morgan
ISBN: 9781858005720
1052pp.
Round Hall
Hardback

For 25 years, Hogan and Morgan has been the leading work on administrative law and judicial review in Ireland. In addition to an enormous volume of case-law, The fourth edition also deals with major new legislation


Building the Global Market, A 4000 Year History of Derivatives
Edward J. Swan
ISBN: 9041197591, ISBN 13: 9789041197597
350pp.
Kluwer 
Hardback

This unique new work examines the history of derivative contracts, their assignability and the regulation of derivatives markets from ancient Mesopotamia to the present day. The author concludes with an analysis of future regulatory prospects and of the implications of the historical data for derivatives trade and regulation. Building the Global Market will be of great value to the legal profession, derivatives market regulators and all those with an interest in the history and regulation of financial services markets.