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Breaking the Law

“All lawful modes of expressing opposition to this principle had been closed by legislation, and we were placed in a position in which we had either to accept a permanent state of inferiority, or to defy the Government. We chose … Continue reading

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A very important judgment: Eamon (Ted) Kelly vs An Bord Pleanala

Court judgments are often confusing to read as cases are not linear – they are more like Russian dolls, they come in layers. The judge is not only concerned with the decision in front of him or her because a … Continue reading

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The Nightmare that is the HSE

This came to me from a colleague who is a solicitor in Clonakilty. Upon reading it I was so infuriated that I had to share it straight away: “Hi Neil, The HSE was in the news yesterday when a report … Continue reading

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