Author: Mary Donnelly
Author: Fidelma White
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 03/12/2014
Consumer Law: Rights and Regulation provides readers with a comprehensive and definitive analysis of contemporary Irish consumer law, within its European context. The book addresses consumer law issues from a dual perspective by examining both consumers' rights and suppliers' regulatory obligations.
Dr Mary Donnelly is a Senior Lecturer in Law at University College Cork. She is the author of The Law of Credit and Security (Thomson Reuters Round Hall, 2011). She has acted as a consultant on consumer and banking law issues for public and private sector organisations.
Fidelma White is a graduate of University College Cork (UCC), obtaining an LLM by Research, on "The Irish Ombudsman" in 1990. In 1991, she graduated from the London School of Economics with an LLM in International Business Law and, in 2009, was she awarded a Higher Doctorate based on Published Research (LLD) by the National University of Ireland.
From 1991 to 1995 she taught Commercial Law and Public Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Sheffield, UK. She has been a lecturer at UCC since 1995 and was appointed Senior Lecturer in 2004. She has acted as an External Examiner for a number of institutions.
At UCC, she teaches Commercial Law; E-Commerce Law and Consumer Law. Her research interests include commercial law, consumer law and regulation. As well as publishing in various national and international law journals, she is the author of Commercial Law (Round Hall, 2nd ed., 2012) and the co-author of Consumer Law: Rights and Regulation (Round Hall, 2014) (with M.Donnelly). She was a member of the Sales Law Review Group (2008-11) and has acted as a consultant for a number of organizations, including the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment and the European Commission.