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European Family Law: the Beginning of the End for "Proper" Provision?
European law has become increasingly relevant to Irish family law issues. The measures in question are wide-ranging, covering matters as diverse as the enforcement of maintenance decisions in other Member States, the ...
When care is left to roam: Carers' experiences of grassroots nonprofit services in Ireland
Increasingly countries are turning to nonprofit organisations to provide health and social care, particularly for people with disabilities. Alongside this change, debates continue about how states should manage the ...
The role of extension in dynamic economic adjustments: the case of Irish dairy farms
(Oxford University Press, 2019-01-11)
European Union dairy policy eliminated milk production quotas in 2015, inducing major adjustments in the European dairy industry. This article explores the role of farm extension services in dynamic adjustments on Irish ...
A Comparison of Wine Purchasing Behaviors in Ireland and California When the Celtic Tiger Roared, American Association of Wine Economics,
In 2006 the Irish wine market was growing rapidly along with its Celtic Tiger economy (Euromonitor, 2008). Total wine sales in Ireland more than quadrupled in the seventeen-year span from 1990 to 2007 (Geraghty and Torres, ...
American and Irish perspectives on collaborative practice
(Thomson Reuters Round Hall, 2011)
In their Report on Alternative Dispute Resolution,1 the Law Reform Commission (LRC) have recognised Collaborative Practice as “an emerging method of advisory dispute resolution”,2 where, “the negotiation becomes client ...
Remote working during COVID-19: Ireland’s national survey initial report
(National University of Ireland Galway, 2020-05)
Introduction & Background The COVID-19 crisis catapulted hundreds of thousands of employees and their employers into a work pattern and routine vastly different to their normal daily work experience. This radical change ...