Irish Law

Irish law may refer to:

  • Northern Ireland law
  • Law of the Republic of Ireland
  • Early Irish law

Other articles related to "irish law":

William Binchy - Publications - Irish Law
... Raymond Byrne and specialist contributors) Annual Review of Irish Law (annually published, from 1987 to present), Thomson Roundhall ...
Early Irish Law - Substantive Law - Physical Injury - Murder and Avoidance of Capital Punishment
... 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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