Hibernian Law Journal

Hibernian Law Journal
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Established in 1999, the Hibernian Law Journal is a legal journal co-ordinated by trainee and newly qualified solicitors.

Appreciating the important relationship between the study and the practice of law, the Hibernian Law Journal endeavours to provide a forum that promotes the integration of these traditionally distinct activities. Through the medium of multidisciplinary scholarship, the Journal aims to promote an increased awareness of the law and its related disciplines among practising and academic lawyers alike, while also encouraging increased scholarship by members of the legal community. The Journal addresses issues of interest and consequence to the legal community and feature writings that traverse the traditional boundaries of legal publishing in Ireland.

In recognition of the wealth of currently unpublished scholarship on the law and its related disciplines in Ireland, the Journal seeks to highlight specifically, although not exclusively, the writings of trainee and newly qualified lawyers, junior academics and students.

The Journal is published annually and provides a specialist forum for argument and discussion on a wide range of legal topics.

In addition to publishing the Journal in July of each year, the Hibernian Law Journal hosts an Annual Lecture each Autumn.

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