Irish law may refer to:
- Northern Ireland law
- Law of the Republic of Ireland
- Early Irish law
Other articles related to "irish law":
... Raymond Byrne and specialist contributors) Annual Review of Irish Law (annually published, from 1987 to present), Thomson Roundhall ...
... The origin of this particular legal provision is as unclear as the rest of Irish law ... Prologue to the Senchas Már", a late introduction to the main collection of Irish law, makes a claim on how this came about ... Patrick, Irish law demanded capital punishment in all cases of murder ...
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