Round Hall

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Round Hall provides quality information on Irish law in the form of books, journals, periodicals, looseleaf services, CD-ROMs and online services. Customers include members of the judiciary, legal practitioners, academics, law students and other professionals both in Ireland and abroad. Established in 1980, it wasn't long before Round Hall took position as Ireland's leading law publisher. Part of the Sweet & Maxwell Group, Round Hall is the trading name of Thomson Reuters (Professional) Ireland Ltd. Round Hall's website can be found here.

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Administrative Law
Gerard Hogan & David Gwynn Morgan
ISBN: 978-1858005720
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 work also deals with major new legislation including Planning and Development Act 2000, Local Government Act 2001, Public Services Management (Recruitment and Appointment) Act 2004, Civil Service Regulation (Amendment) Act 2005 and the Public Sector Management Act 1997.




Criminal Procedure
Professor Dermot Walsh
ISBN: 978-1858002231
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.



Contract Law in Ireland
Professor Robert Clark
ISBN: 978-1858005201
Round Hall
Paperback

The sixth edition of this leading text brings the reader up to date with all of the significant developments in Irish contract law. This book provides you with a succinct and accurate analysis of Irish contract law seen in the context of important developments in most of the other common law jurisdictions, as well as the EU consumer law acquisition.



The Irish Jurist
Finbarr McAuley, Editor
ISBN: 978-1858004075
Round Hall
Paperback

Founded in 1848 and now in its fifth series, the Irish Jurist is Ireland's oldest legal periodical. It attracts contributions from expert scholars and leading academics throughout the common law and civil law worlds and enjoys a wide international readership. A commitment to the publication of scholarly material of the highest quality in the fields of historical, comparative and modern jurisprudence gives the journal its distinctive character.