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Free and Easy: a Guide for Occasional Users to the Irish Legal System and Resources

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 December 2014

Abstract

The purpose of this article, written by John Furlong, is to provide a comparative overview of the Irish legal system with that of the jurisdictions of the United Kingdom and will cover the range of free-to-use resources that are available in respect of Irish case law, legislation and commentaries. The content is aimed at librarians and legal information professionals who are required from time to time, to understand and source Irish law. The article is based on a paper presented at BIALL's 45th Annual Conference, which was held in Harrogate in 2014.

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Selection of Papers from the BIALL Conference 2014
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Copyright © The Author(s) 2014. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 

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References

Byrne, Raymond and McCutcheon, Paul. The Irish Legal System. 5th ed., Bloomsbury 2009.Google Scholar
Schweppe, Jennifer & Ors. How to Think, Write and Cite. Thomson Reuters (Professional) Ireland Limited 2011.Google Scholar
O'Malley, Thomas. Round Hall Guide to the Sources of Law. Round Hall Sweet & Maxwell 1993.Google Scholar
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