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    Redress: Ireland's Institutions and Transitional Justice

    How will Ireland redress its legacy of institutional abuse? How might democracy evolve if survivors' experiences and expertise were allowed to lead the response to a century of gender- and family separation-based abuses? REDRESS: Ireland's Institutions and Transitional Justice seeks the answers.

    Britain and its Internal Others, 1750-1800: Under Rule of Law

    This book revisits six notorious incidents that occasioned vigorous debate in London's courtrooms, streets and presses. Each case adjudicated the presence of outsiders in London - from Jews and Gypsies to Africans and Catholics. -- .

    Sexy But Psycho: How the Patriarchy

    The new book from the bestselling author of Why Women Are Blamed for Everything.

    Criminal Litigation

    The manual covers each step of the criminal litigation process, from the initial investigation of a crime through to the conclusion of a case, looking at the practice and procedure in the District and Superior Courts from both a prosecution and defence perspective. It provides succinct, practical advice to trainee solicitors and practitioners.

    Disability and Community Living Policies

    This book provides a comprehensive and comparative analysis of policies toward community living and the role of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) in promoting progressive policies. It will appeal to scholars of law, disability studies, sociology, social work, and rehabilitation counselling.

    Research Methods in Law

    Designed for use by post-graduate students in law and legal studies this book provides a useful and critically rigorous introduction to the different research methodologies available to the student. The book gives students who are setting out on a project or dissertation a firm grounding on which they can base their research.



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