Author: David Fennelly
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 24/11/2014
This title is the first comprehensive study of international law in the Irish legal system, examining both the general principles governing the implementation of this increasingly important source of law in Ireland as well as its effects on specific areas of practice. It situates the subject in the context of the European Union legal system, through which many of Ireland's international obligations now take effect
This book sets out clearly the status and effect of international law in the Irish legal system, its interaction with Irish and EU law, and the specific techniques with which practitioners need to be familiar when using and relying on international law in the Irish courts.
Insurance Law is the authoritative work on the subject of Irish Insurance law and is the reference of choice for all practitioners. The book is now the acknowledged reference on matters of Insurance law in Ireland and is cited authoritatively in the courts and in arbitrations. The third edition revises and updates the content generally on the main classes of non-life insurance, in the light of recent legal developments.
Note: The first supplement to this edition published in April 2014.
David Fennelly is a practising barrister and assistant professor at the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin. He is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin (LL.B.(Ling. Franc.), Ph.D.), New York University (LL.M.) and the King's Inns (B.L.). Prior to commencing practice, he worked as an assistant to judges of the International Court of Justice in The Hague and as a judicial fellow in the High Court, Dublin.