Now showing items 11-20 of 24
‘Substantial Interest’ requirement for judicial review of planning decisions: Harding v Cork County Council and An Bord Pleanála and Xces Projects Ltd now known as Kinsale Harbour Developments Ltd  IESC 27;  2 ILRM 251
(SAGE Publications, 2009-02)
The Supreme Court of Ireland recently considered the criteria by which a person may be said to have a “substantial interest” (which is the statutory requirement) in a planning matter which is sufficient to allow that person ...
Access to justice under the Århus Convention and Irish judicial review
(SAGE Publications, 2008)
The case of Sweetman v An Bord Pleanála, decided in the High Court of Ireland in April 2007, raises a number of interesting issues regarding the scope of Directive 2003/35/EC on public participation in respect of the ...
The Irish national climate change strategy: new laws, future policies?
(Round Hall, 2009)
This paper is an overview of climate change law and policy in Ireland. It sketches the background to the international agreements covering climate change emissions. It also gives a brief summary of relevant European ...
Possible Irish responses to climate change
(Kluwer Law International, 2008)
Climate change is becoming a very important political, social and economic issue. Recent weeks have seen the publication of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fourth Assessment Report, with predictions of ...
Was it Author's Rights all the time?: Copyright as a Constitutional Right in Ireland
(Dublin University Law Journal, 2011)
If property rights are “the Cinderella of the fundamental rights provisions of the Irish Constitution,” copyright may be its glass slipper, seeking its proper owner. The underlying rationale for copyright in Irish law is ...
Virtual rights? property in online game objects and characters
(Taylor & Francis, 2008-07-18)
The new industry of Massively Multi-Player Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPGs) brings together two sets of fictions: the interactive stories of shared computer games and the legal devices of intellectual property. In these ...
Charging for public participation: fees for submissions or observations on Environmental Impact Assessment
(SAGE Publications, 2007)
In case C-216/05, Commission v Ireland, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that Irish legislation which required the payment of a fee by those making submissions regarding an environmental impact assessment (EIA) ...
Algorithms and the rule of law
(Cambridge University Press, 2017-10-05)
In this short article Ronan Kennedy explores fundamental issues surrounding the use of algorithms in the context of the rule of law in our society. He states, The issues that are buried in these systems should be a matter ...
Algorithms and the rule of law
(Society for Computers and Law, 2017-04)
[No abstract available]
Regulating intersectional activity: privacy and energy efficiency, laws and technology
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-09-10)
Using a case study, this article explores the extent to which one area of law (privacy and data protection) can intersect with, and be challenged by, proposals by delivery of another goal greater energy efficiency. The ...