2 edition of Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland and Northern Ireland found in the catalog.
Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland and Northern Ireland
Harrison, Reginald, A.
|Other titles||The Irish digest, 1939-1948., The Irish law times., The Irish jurist.|
|Statement||edited by Reginald A. Harrison.|
|Contributions||Ireland., Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Ireland., Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Northern Ireland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxxix, 1066 col ;|
|Number of Pages||1066|
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Law reports of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Ireland and the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Northern Ireland, 'The Irish law times' and 'The Irish jurist' Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland and Northern Ireland from the commencement of Hilary sittings to the end of.
Get this from a library. The law reports of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Ireland and the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Northern Ireland, the Irish law times and the Irish jurist, Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland and Northern Ireland from the commencement of Hilary sittings,to the end of Michaelmas term, publication: the irish digest the law reports of the incorporated council of law reporting for ireland the incorporated council of law reporting for northern ireland and the irish law reports monthly digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in ireland and northern ireland.
Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland. The actual titles of the volumes vary somewhat, but the work is generally known as the 'Irish Digest' (see classmark GA5.H.2).
It is published by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for : Hester Swift. Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland and Northern Ireland from the commencement of Hilary sittings,to the end of Michaelmas term, Edited by Reginald A. Harrison J. Falconer Dublin Australian/Harvard Citation.
Ireland. & Harrison, Reginald A. & Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Ireland. ""This is the official series of law reports for Northern Ireland which covers cases decided in the Superior Courts in Northern Ireland and on appeal therefrom in the House of Lords.
Published in two parts per year, back volumes are also available covering the period A bi-lingual collection of judgments decided in the superior courts of Ireland, with english translations. S.Ó. Tuathail (Ed.) Judgments of the Court of Criminal Appeal Volume 1.
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The Digest in print. Call Number: Dig U.K. A2 D54 - Course Reserves. Available only in print The Digest (formerly the English and Empire Digest) provides digests of all the cases from the courts of England and Wales, as well as many cases from Scotland, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, the West Indies and cases.
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