"Constitutional Law in Ireland" is an essential guide to the core principles and provisions of Irish Constitutional Law and is a new addition to the student focused Core Text Series. This book is written primarily for third level students who are covering Irish Constitutional Law as part of their law degree or related studies. Designed and written as an introductory text to the key principles of Irish constitutional law this book covers all the basic aspects of constitutional law, including the following: The constitutional history of Ireland; The concepts of the Nation and State with relation to the constitutional position of Northern Ireland, Ireland in the EU and International Relations; A consideration of the doctrine of the separation of powers, the organisation and powers of the organs of government, including the Oireachtas, the Cabinet, the Courts and the President; Constitutional Rights including Family, Life, Education and constitutional justice; The process of constitutional interpretation, amendment and reform including a consideration of proposed referendums. "Constitutional Law in Ireland" is an excellent introduction to this key area of undergraduate study, and can also be used as an ongoing revision and reference source to provide extra support to students throughout their studies. (Series: The Core Text Series) [Subject: Constitutional Law, Irish Law]
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Date of Publication: 09/04/2018