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Northern / Irish Feminist Judgments


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PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction: Troubling Judgment Julie McCandless, Mairead Enright and Aoife O'Donoghue 2. `Involuntary Patriotism': Judgment, Women and National Identity on the Island of Ireland Mairead Enright 3. Doing Feminist Judgments Mary Shine Thompson 4. Judging and the Judgment Writing Process: A Northern/Irish Perspective Aoife O'Donoghue PART II: MOTHERING SUBJECTS 5. McGee v Attorney General Commentary: Emilie Cloatre and Mairead Enright Judgment: Mairead Enright 6. Flynn v Power Commentary: Deirdre McGowan Judgment: Eoin Daly 7. MhicMhathuna v Attorney General Commentary: Colm O'Cinneide Judgment: Liam Thornton 8. Matrimonial Homes Bill Commentary: Louise Crowley Judgment: Lucy-Ann Buckley 9. National and Provincial Building Society v Lynd Commentary: David Capper Judgment: Lorna Fox O'Mahony 10. The Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry into the `Kerry Babies Case' Commentary: Yvonne Marie Daly Judgment: Vicky Conway PART III: OTHERED SUBJECTS 11. McGimpsey v Ireland Commentary: Ruth Alice Houghton Judgment: Aoife O'Donoghue 12. In Re White Commentary: Carmel Roulston Judgment: Catherine O'Rourke 13. Lobe v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform Commentary: Hilkka Becker Judgment: Siobhan Mullally and Cliodhna Murphy 14. Zappone and Gilligan v The Revenue Commissioners, Ireland and the Attorney General Commentary: Siobhan Wills and Mairead Enright Judgment: Fiona de Londras 15. In Re E (a child) (the `Holy Cross' case) Commentary: Christine Bell FBA Judgment: Colin Murray 16. O'Keeffe v Hickey Commentary: Laura Hilly Judgment: Maeve O'Rourke 17. Christian Brothers High School Clonmel v Mary Stokes and the Equality Authority Commentary: Claire Bruton Judgment: Olivia Smith PART IV: CHOOSING SUBJECTS 18. Attorney General v X Commentary: Sheelagh McGuinness Judgment: Ruth Fletcher 19. North Western Health Board v HW and CW (the PKU case) Commentary: Donal Coffey Judgment: Maebh Harding 20. PM v The Board of Management of St Vincent's Hospital andJustin Geoghegan and the Attorney General Commentary: Claire Murray Judgment: Mary Donnelly 21. Re Family Planning Association of Northern Ireland v The Minister for Health, Social Services and Public Safety Commentary: Sara Ramshaw Judgment: Kathryn McNeilly 22. Society for the Protection of Unborn Children's Application for Judicial Review Commentary: John Kennedy Judgment: Claire McCann PART V: EMBODIED SUBJECTS 23. DPP v Tiernan Commentary: Liz Campbell Judgment: Louise Kennefi ck and Caroline Fennell 24. McKinley v Minister for Defence Commentary: Fergus Ryan Judgment: Joanne Conaghan 25. BJM v CM Commentary: Christine Ryan Judgment: Aideen Ryan and Katie Dawson 26. DPP v C Commentary: Anna Arstein-Kerslake Judgment: Eilionoir Flynn and Sinead Ring 27. CC v Ireland Commentary: Cian O Concubhair Judgment: David Prendergast 28. Foy v Ant-Ard Chlaraitheoir Commentary: Ivana Bacik Judgment: Tanya Ni Mhuirthile 29. Barnes v Belfast City Council Commentary: Fiona Cooke Judgment: Marie Fox 30. A and B (by C) v A (Health and Social Services Trust) Commentary: Marian Duggan Judgment: Julie McCandless

About the Author

Mairead Enright is a Senior Lecturer at Birmingham Law School. Julie McCandless is Assistant Professor at the Law Department of the London School of Economics and Political Science. Aoife O'Donoghue is a Senior Lecturer at Durham Law School.


The need for such a work is apparent: women have been under-represented in Irish courts before and after independence, meaning that their voices have been absent. The depth of research that went into this work is admirable and gives it credibility...This book is wonderfully insightful and is an essential and highly recommended companion reader to one-sided cases which do not truly do justice. -- Maureen O'Sullivan, National University of Ireland, Galway * Irish Jurist *
This fascinating book will be much used educationally, since it is deeply instructive to compare the re-judgments with the official judgments. -- Bartholomew Begley * Books Ireland *

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