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dc.contributor.authorKennedy, Rónánen
dc.identifier.citationKennedy, R. (2005)'Extra-judicial Comment by Judges' Judicial Studies Institute Journal 5(1) 199-206en
dc.description.abstractThis article looks at recent occasions where extrajudicial speech has been the subject of public comment in Ireland. It then examines case law from other jurisdictions, focusing on examples from common law countries and looking in some detail at the American experience, where formal rules have been drawn up and applied to a large number of cases. It attempts to distil these into a theory of how extra-judicial comment should be limited and to provide practical guidance.en
dc.publisherJudicial Studies Instituteen
dc.subjectfreedom of speechen
dc.subjectjudicial conduct and ethicsen
dc.subjectextra-judicial speechen
dc.titleExtra-judicial Comment by Judgesen

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