Author:Sinéad Walsh
Position:Editor-in-Chief of the 19th Edition
(2020) 19 COLR iv
On behalf of the Editorial Board of the 19th Edition, I would like to extend sincere
gratitude to Dr Maria Cahill for her support of COLR throughout the year. Her advice and
expertise have been essential to the success and production of the Law Review. I would
also like to thank the members of the Faculty of the School of Law, who generously
assisted us with the reviewing process.
I would like to thank the Dean of the School of Law, Professor Mark Poustie, for his help
and support. I would also like to thank the Executive Committee of the UCC Law Society,
who have been a constant source of support and advice over the past year.
My sincerest gratitude also goes to our sponsors, Arthur Cox. Without their generous and
continued support, COLR would not be what it is today. Run by students, for students,
the backing provided enables the cultivation of student academia. In particular, I would
like to thank Eimear Power for all her help and support.
I would like to congratulate the authors on the high-quality contributions made to the 19th
Edition of COLR. Each of their articles will hopefully act as a vehicle for further discussion
and development of the laws which govern our society. I would also like to thank those
who contributed, and continue to contribute, to our Letters to the Editor platform.
Finally, as Editor-in-Chief, I would like to congratulate the Editorial Board for all the hard
work and dedication shown throughout the year. In particular, I wish to thank our Deputy
Editor, Evan Mc Garry. The quality of this publication is a testament to their vivacious
attitude and work ethic which has never faltered, even in the challenging surrounding
context of a global pandemic in which this edition has been published.
Is mise le meas,
Sinéad Walsh
Editor-in-Chief of the 19th Edition.

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