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89 publications from 2021

Fennelly, D., The Evolution of EU Criminal Law post-Brexit: Implications for Ireland, Director of Public Prosecutions - Annual Prosecutors' Conference, Convention Centre Dublin, 16 October 2021, 2021
Conference Paper; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: FENNELD

Fennelly, D. , Contact Tracing Applications: the Irish Experience, Data Protection and COVID-19 Pandemic, Dublin, 2021, p39 - 58
Report; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: FENNELD

Fennelly, D., Protecting Personal Data in the Field of Criminal Justice: Recent Developments, Academy of European Law Annual Conference on Criminal Justice, Dublin Castle, 11 November 2021, 2021
Conference Paper; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: FENNELD

Fennelly, D. and Murphy, C., Racial Discrimination and Nationality and Migration Exceptions: Reconciling CERD and the Race Equality Directive , Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 39, (4), 2021, p308 - 328
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: FENNELD

Maria Grazia Porcedda, Sentencing data-driven cybercrime. How UK courts tackle cybercrime with cascading effects, Octopus 2021, Council of Europe (online), 16-18 November 2021, 2021
Oral Presentation; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

Maria Grazia Porcedda, Sentencing data-driven cybercrime. How UK courts tackle cybercrime with cascading effects, Financial Crime: Challenges and Responses conference, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (online), 14-15 October 2021, 2021
Oral Presentation; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

Mark Bell, Lisa Waddington , Similar yet different: the Work-Life Balance Directive and the expanding frontiers of EU non-discrimination law, Common Market Law Review, 58, 2021, p1401 - 1432
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1

Lisa Waddington, Mark Bell , The right to request flexible working arrangements under the Work-Life Balance Directive - a comparative perspective, European Labour Law Journal, 2021, p1 - 21
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1; DOI; URL

Mark Bell, Fit for Flexible Working? The EU Work-Life Balance Directive , EU Law Research Cluster, Webinar, 15 September, 2021, University of Leicester
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1

Mark Bell, The Promotion of Diversity and EU Social Policy Instruments , 143rd Conference of the Japan Association for Social Policy Studies, Webinar, 16 October, 2021
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1

Maria Grazia Porcedda, Black Swans? Covid-19, Cybercrime and Large Scale Cyber-attacks in Ireland, Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development, 24th Annual Conference , Online, 8 October , 2021, Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

Sarah E. Hamill, Review of Justifying Private Rights , by Simone Degeling, Michael Crawford and Nicholas Tiverios (eds) , Modern Law Review, 2021
Review; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HAMILLSA; DOI

Journal of Canadian Studies, 55, 2, (2021), 231 - 480p, Michael Boudreau and Sarah E Hamill, [eds.]
Journal; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HAMILLSA

Alan Eustace, Sarah Hamill, Andrea Mulligan, Public Health Law During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Ireland: A Public Policy Report of the COVID-19 Legal Observatory , Covid-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory, Trinity College Dublin, August, 2021, p1 - 142
Report; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HAMILLSA

Sarah E Hamill, Eoin O'Dell, Alan Eustace, Philip Gavin and Sadhbh McGrath, Embedding Group Work and Innovative Assessment in the Private Law Curriculum, The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, online/ Durham University, 31/08 - 3/09 2021, 2021
Oral Presentation; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HAMILLSA

Rachael Walsh, Distributing the Costs of Change: Property Transitions and Pacts, International Journal of Law in Context, 2021
Journal Article; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: WALSHR1

Maria Grazia Porcedda, with David Fennelly and Róisín A Costello, Data Protection and the COVID-19 Pandemic, https://www.tcd.ie/law/2020.21, Ireland, Covid-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory, Trinity College Dublin, 2021
Report; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

Jurisdiction, Choice of law, and enforcement of judgments in, editor(s)Christopher McCrudden , The Law and Practice of the Northern Ireland Protocol, Cambridge , Cambridge University Press, 2021, [David Kenny]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

Deirdre Ahern, Regulatory Law and Regulatory Friction as FinTech Disenablers: Calibrating an EU Policy Response to the Adaptive Regulatory Sandbox in Member States, European Business Organization Law Review, 22, 2021, p395 - 432
Journal Article; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: DAHERN; URL

Author, Review of Access to Remedy in Ireland, Dublin, 2021
Report; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: WIDDISR

Rachael Walsh, Review of Open Democracy : Reinventing Popular Rule for the 21st Century, by Helene Landemore , International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2021, phttps://doi.org/10.1093/icon/m
Review; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: WALSHR1

Shrikant, Natasha; Sambaraju, Rahul, 'A police officer shot a Black man': Racial categorization, racism, and mundane culpability in news reports of police shootings of black people in the United States of America, British Journal of Social Psychology, 2021
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SAMBARAR; URL

Sambaraju, Rahul, "I Would Have Taken This to My Grave, Like Most Women": Reporting Sexual Harassment during the #MeToo movement in India, Journal of Social Issues, 76, 2021, p603 - 631
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SAMBARAR

Sambaraju, Rahul, 'I love James Blunt as much as I love herpes' - 'I love that you're not ashamed to admit you have both': Attempted insults and responses on Twitter, Language & Communication, 76, 2021, p23 - 34
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SAMBARAR

Sambaraju, "We are the victims of racism": Victim categories in negotiating claims about racism against Black-Africans in India, European Journal of Social Psychology, 2021
Journal Article; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SAMBARAR

Liz Heffernan, Oaths, Affirmations and Statements of Truth, Irish Law Times, 39, (11), 2021, p159 - 163
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HEFFERL

Biehler, H., The Concept of Sufficient Interest in Judicial Review Proceedings, Irish Jurist, 65, 2021, p1 - 24
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HBIEHLER

Desmond Ryan, Nano Nagle School v Daly, Irish Supreme Court Review, 2, 2021, p61 - 74
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: DRYAN14

Cultural Reforms in Irish Banks - A Pandemic Report Card in, editor(s)C. Gortsos and G. Ringe , Financial Stability amidst the Pandemic Crisis: On Top of the Wave, Frankfurt, European Banking Institute, 2021, pp404 - 434, [B. Clarke]
Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: CLARKEBL

Eva Aizpurua and Mary Rogan, Rights protection in prisons: Understanding recommendations-making by prison inspection and monitoring bodies in the European Union, Punishment and Society, 2021
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: ROGANMA; URL

Mark Bell, Alan Eustace, Marta Lasek-Markey, Thomas Pahlen, A Right to Disconnect: Irish and European Legal Perspectives, Dublin, Covid-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory, Trinity College Dublin, May, 2021, p1 - 33
Report; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1; URL

Mark Bell, Smart Law for Smart Working? The EU Work-Life Balance Directive, A New Law for a Changing Family and Society, Webinar, 17 June , 2021, University of Florence
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1

Mark Bell, Equality Law in Ireland Beyond the Pandemic, Status Check: 20 Years of the Equal Status Acts, Webinar, 22 June, 2021, Free Legal Advice Centres
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1

Mark Bell , More Than an Afterthought? Equality Law in Ireland During the Pandemic, Exponential Inequalities: Equality Law in Times of Crisis, University of Oxford (online), 15 February, 2021
Oral Presentation; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1

Maria Grazia Porcedda, Best Practice in Data Protection in Research and Beyond, Data Protection Concerns in Cross Border Research and Practice, Online, 23 June 2021, 2021, Dublin City University
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

Rachael Walsh, Climate Action and Constitutional Property Rights - Partners or Adversaries?, Dublin University Law Journal, 2021
Journal Article; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: WALSHR1

Securing Possession of the Home in the COVID-19 Context in, editor(s)Elsabe van der Sijde , Property Responses to a Global Pandemic, South Africa, Juta, 2021, [Rachael Walsh]
Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: WALSHR1

Sovereignty and Federalism in, editor(s)Guerino D'Ignazio , The Constitutional System of the United States of America (forthcoming), Wolters Kluwer, 2021, pp133 - 153, [David Kenny and Andrea Pin]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

Oran Doyle, David Kenny, Donna Lyons, and Conor Casey for the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, Ireland's Emergency Powers During the Covid-19 Pandemic, 2021
Report; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: LYONSD7

David Prendergast, The difference between recklessness and negligence in criminal law, Roots of Responsibility-Varieties of Risk, Risk and Recklessness Workshop, UCL, 23-24 April 2021, edited by Claire Field , 2021
Conference Paper; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: DPRENDER

Maria Grazia Porcedda, Sentencing data-driven cybercrimes. An examination of English & Welsh sentencing remarks through the lenses of the cybercrime cascade effect, BILETA 2021, University of Newcastle, online, 14-16 April 2021, 2021
Oral Presentation; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

Maria Grazia Porcedda, Data compromise: data breaches, data crime and the law, Lecture, University of Pisa, online, 13 May, 2021, MSc Organizational Sciences and Information Technology Law
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

Maria Grazia Porcedda, David S. Wall, Modelling the cybercrime cascade effect of data crime, 2021 IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy Workshops (EuroS&PW), 3rd Workshop on Attackers and Cyber-Crime Operations , Vienna, Virtual Conference, September 7, 2021, IEEE, 2021, pp1 - 17
Conference Paper; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP; DOI

Felix E Mezzanotte, Accountability in EU Sustainable Finance: Linking the Client's Sustainability Preferences and the MiFID II Suitability Obligation, Capital Markets Law Journal, (4), 2021, p1-21
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MEZZANOF

Giuseppe Mazziotti , 'EU Copyright Reform' (panelist), Annual Intellectual Property Law and Policy Conference , 8 April , 2021, Fordham Law School, New York
Invited Talk; Presented; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MAZZIOTG

Conor Casey and David Kenny, Ireland-COVID-19 response raises some rule of law concerns, Public Law, April, 2021, p480 - 483
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

Mel Cousins and Gerry Whyte, Social Security Law Ireland , Fourth edition, Alphen Aan den Rijn, Wolters Kluwer, 2021, 1 - 432pp
Book; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profiles: COUSINSM GWHYTE

Sarah Hamill, Sociology of contract and property law, 2021 Socio-legal Studies Association Conference, Cardiff University/Online, March 2021, 2021
Oral Presentation; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HAMILLSA

Sarah Hamill, "The Properties of Universities and Universities' Property: Academic Freedom, Freedom of Expression, and Accessing Campuses", CAUT Journal, 2021, p1 - 16
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HAMILLSA; URL

Interpretation in law and literature in, editor(s)Adam Hanna and Eugene McNulty , Law and Literature: The Irish Case (forthcoming), Manchester University Press, 2021, [Tom Hickey and David Kenny ]
Book Chapter; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

Oran Doyle, David Kenny, Christopher McCrudden, The Franchise in Irish Unification Referendums, Irish Studies in International Affairs, 32, (2), 2021, p182 - 213
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profiles: OJDOYLE KENNYD4

van der Valk, Sophie, Aizpurua, Eva and Rogan, Mary, Towards a typology of prisoners' awareness of and familiarity with prison inspection and monitoring bodies, European Journal of Criminology, 2021
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: ROGANMA; URL

Fennelly, The Status of the Brexit Agreements in Irish Law, Irish Centre for European Law / Queen's University Belfast Seminar Series on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement and EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, 23 March 2021, 2021
Conference Paper; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: FENNELD

Conor Casey, Oran Doyle, David Kenny, Donna Lyons, Ireland's Emergency Powers During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Dublin, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission , February, 2021, p1 - 104
Report; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profiles: KENNYD4 OJDOYLE

Deirdre Ahern, Regulatory Lag, Regulatory Friction and Regulatory Transition as FinTech Disenablers: The Regulatory Sandbox Phenomenon in Member States and the EU's Experimental Governance Dilemma , Law School Workshop, Trinity College Dublin, 24 March , 2021, School of Law
Invited Talk; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: DAHERN

Deirdre Ahern, Corporate Governance Reconceived: The New Era of Stakeholder Capitalism, Corporate Governance Reconceived: The New Era of Stakeholder Capitalism, Centre for Commercial Law, Edinburgh University, 17 March , 2021, Centre for Commercial Law, Edinburgh University
Invited Talk; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: DAHERN

Andrea Mulligan, Patient Confidentiality and Disclosure Of HIV Status: Disentangling the Entitlement to Disclose From the Duty To Warn, Medical Law Review, 2021
Journal Article; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MULLIGA3

Ivana Bacik, '#MeToo, consent and prostitution - The Irish law reform experience, Women's Studies International Forum, 86, 2021, p1 - 8
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: ICBACIK

Emilios Avgouleas and Alexandros Seretakis, The Regulation of the Digital Value-Chain in the EU: MIFID II, the Digital Package, and the Gaps Between, European Company and Financial Law Review, 2021
Journal Article; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SERETAKA

Mark Bell, Definition of Key Concepts in EU Anti-Discrimination Law, Applying EU Anti-Discrimination Law, Webinar, 19 January, 2021, Academy of European Law
Invited Talk; Presented; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: BELLM1

Threats to Security and Risks to Rights: 'Belief Evidence' under the Offences Against the State Act in, editor(s)Mark Coen , The Offences Against the State Act 1939 at 80: A Model Counter-Terrorism Act?, Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 2021, pp95 - 110, [Liz Heffernan and Eoin O'Connor]
Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HEFFERL

The Offences Against the State Acts: Reflections from Practice and the Legislature in, editor(s)Mark Coen , The Offences Against the State Act 1939 at 80: A Model Counter-Terrorism Act?, Hart Publishing, 2021, pp203 - 219, [Ivana Bacik]
Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: ICBACIK

Cox, Neville, 'The Need for Evidence in Support of Pejorative Assertions in 'Islamic Veiling Cases' - A Comparison of the Approaches of the European Court of Human Rights and the United Nations Human Rights Committee', American Journal of Comparative Law , 2021
Journal Article; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: NCOX

Ciara O'Connnell, Eva Aizpurua and Mary Rogan, The European committee for the prevention of torture and the gendered experience of imprisonment, Crime, Law and Social Change, 2021
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profiles: ROGANMA COCONNE5 ; DOI; URL

Suryapratim Roy, Constitutive Reasons and Consequences of Expressive Norms, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 34, (2), 2021, p389 - 408
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SUROY; URL

Fennelly, D (with Barry E, Lord, S. and Byrne A.), The Public Sector Duty in the Irish Justice System , Dublin, 2021
Report; Submitted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: FENNELD

Biehler, H., Third Party Procedure - An Analysis of Recent Decisions, Irish Law Times, 39, (1), 2021, p7 - 15
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: HBIEHLER

Suryapratim Roy, A Naipauline Conversion?, Dublin Review of Books, (130), 2021
Review Article; Published; Non Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SUROY; URL

Eva Aizpurua and Mary Rogan, Correctional oversight bodies' resources and protections across the European Union: Are their hands tied?, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2021
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: ROGANMA; URL

Preliminary Rulings and EU Legal Integration: Evolution and Continuity in, editor(s)Paul Craig and Grainne de Burca , Evolution of EU Law, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2021, [Catherine Donnelly and Tom de la Mare]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: DONNELC2

Rachael Walsh, Property Rights and Social Justice: Progressive Property in Action, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2021
Book; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: WALSHR1

Deliberative Mini-Publics as a Response to Populist Democratic Backsliding in, editor(s)Maria Cahill, Colm O'Cinneide, Seán Ó Conaill and Conor O'Mahony , Constitutional Change and Popular Sovereignty: Populism, Politics and the Law in Ireland, London, Routledge, 2021, [Oran Doyle and Rachael Walsh]
Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: WALSHR1

Maria Grazia Porcedda, Data Protection Implications of Data Driven Measures Adopted in Ireland at the Outset of the Covid-19 Pandemic, European Data Protection Law , (2), 2021, p1-
Journal Article; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MARIAGRP

The 'Streetlight Effect' in Commentary on Citizenship by Investment in, editor(s)Dimitry Kochenov and Kristin Surak , Citizenship and Residence Sales: Rethinking the Boundaries of Belonging, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press, 2021, pp25 , [Suryapratim Roy]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SUROY

Donna Lyons, Unchartered Waters: Navigating the Human Rights Committee's Engagement of Article 6 in the Context of Climate Degradation, New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (forthcoming), 2021
Journal Article; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: LYONSD7

The Constitutional Tensions of Brexit in, editor(s)Oran Doyle, Aileen McHarg and Jo Murkens , The Brexit Challenge for Ireland and the United Kingdom: Constitutions under Pressure, Cambridge University Press, 2021, [Oran Doyle, Aileen McHarg and Jo Murkens]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: OJDOYLE

Deliberative Mini-Publics as a Response to Populist Democratic Backsliding in, editor(s)Maria Cahill, Colm O'Cinneide, Seán Ó Conaill and Conor O'Mahony , Constitutional Change and Popular Sovereignty: Populism, Politics and the Law in Ireland , London, Routledge, 2021, [Oran Doyle and Rachael Walsh]
Book Chapter; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: OJDOYLE

Oran Doyle and Rachael Walsh, Constitutional Amendment and Public Will Formation: Deliberative Mini-Publics as a Tool for Consensus Democracy, International Journal of Constitutional Law, 19, 2021
Journal Article; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profiles: WALSHR1 OJDOYLE

Oran Doyle, Aileen McHarg, Jo Murkens, The Brexit Challenge for Ireland and the United Kingdom: Constitutions under Pressure, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2021
Book; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: OJDOYLE

The Visual Culture of Law in India: A response to Rahela Khorakiwala in, editor(s)Swethaa Ballakrishnen and Sara Dezalay , Invisible Institutionalisms, United Kingdom, Hart Publishing, 2021, pp107 - 114, [Suryapratim Roy]
Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SUROY; URL

David Kenny, The Human Pared Away: Hilary Mantel's Thomas Cromwell as an Archetype of Legal Pragmatism , Law and Literature (forthcoming) , 2021
Journal Article; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

A Data-Driven Approach to Copyright in the Age of Online Platforms in, editor(s)D.Gervais , The Future of Intellectual Property , Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar , 2021, pp207 - 228 , [Mazziotti, Giuseppe]
Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MAZZIOTG

The Constitutional Politics of a United Ireland in, editor(s)Oran Doyle, Aileen McHarg, Jo Murkins , Constitutions Under Pressure: The Brexit Challenge for Ireland and the UK (forthcoming), Cambridge University Press, 2021, [Oran Doyle, David Kenny, Christopher McCrudden]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profiles: KENNYD4 OJDOYLE

The Role of Market-Driven and Legislative Solutions to Online Music Licensing in Europe in, editor(s)A.Kamperman Sanders, A. Moerland , IP as a Complex Adaptive System: Its Role in the Innovation Society , Cheltenham , Edward Elgar , 2021, [Mazziotti, Giuseppe ]
Book Chapter; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MAZZIOTG

Directors' Duty of Care and Harnessing the Potential for AI to Enhance Boardroom Dynamics in, editor(s)Philip Morgan and Ernest Lim , The Cambridge Handbook of Private Law and Artificial Intelligence, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2021, [Ahern, Deirdre]
Book Chapter; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: DAHERN

Are the people the masters? Constitutional Referendums in Ireland in, editor(s)Richard Albert and Richard Stacey , The Legality and Legitimacy of Referendums (FORTHCOMING), Oxford University Press, 2021, [David Kenny and Aileen Kavanagh]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

The Risks of Referendums: "Referendum culture" in Ireland as a solution? in, editor(s)Maria Cahill, Conor O'Mahony and Sean Ó Conaill , Popular Sovereignty and Populism in Ireland (FORTHCOMING), Routledge, 2021, [David Kenny]
Book Chapter; In_press; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

David Kenny and Conor Casey, The Resilience of Executive Dominance in Westminster Systems: Ireland 2016-2019, Public Law , (April), 2021, p335 - 374
Journal Article; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: KENNYD4

The Intersection of EU Media Policy and Copyright: Protecting the Value of Cultural Creation in Television and Online Content Services in, editor(s)P.L. Parcu and E. Brogi , Research Handbook on EU Media Law and Policy, Edward Elgar , 2021, pp208 - 234, [Mazziotti, Giuseppe ]
Book Chapter; Accepted; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: MAZZIOTG