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Make that Grade Fundamentals of Irish Law 2nd Edition Gill and MacMillan

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A concise introduction to all key aspects of the Irish legal system.
New to this edition:
The new EU Treaty of Lisbon
New legislation on defamation, civil partnerships and criminal law
Developments in the area of human rights
Additional contemporary case studies and tasks.
Examines key principles of the nature and sources of Irish law, including court structures, tort, contract, criminal, consumer, European Union and human rights law.
Provides guidelines to resource materials, including the internet, and includes activities and tasks that encourageand promote their use.
Short and extended self-test questions with suggestedanswers and key points promote independent learning.Provides a foundation for further specialised legal studies.
Suitable For:
FETAC students taking introductory law modules.
A revision text for all academic and professional courses with an Irish legal system module.
A concise introduction to all key aspects of the Irishlegal system.New to this edition:The new EU Treaty of LisbonNew legislation on defamation, civil partnerships andcriminal lawDevelopments in the area of human rightsAdditional contemporary case studies and tasks.Examines key principles of the nature and sources of Irishlaw, including court structures, tort, contract, criminal,consumer, European Union and human rights law.Provides guidelines to resource materials, including theinternet, and includes activities and tasks that encourageand promote their use.Short and extended self-test questions with suggestedanswers and key points promote independent learning.Provides a foundation for further specialised legal studies.
Author Biography
Ruth Davenport is an Associate Lecturer with the Open University in Ireland and previously lectured in law at Dundalk Institute of Technology and Manchester Metropolitan University.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Irish Law
Chapter 2: Sources of Irish Law
Chapter 3: The Institutional Framework
Chapter 4: Law of Tort
Chapter 5: Contract Law
Chapter 6: Criminal Law
Chapter 7: Consumer Law
Chapter 8: European Union Law
Chapter 9: Human Rights Law
Chapter 10: Study Skills
The Make That Grade Series from Gill and Macmillan are an excellent series of books that get to the root of exactly how to achieve the best grade possible.


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