National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) - School of Law
statutory interpretation, separation of powers, judiciary, legislature, legislation, exclusionary rule, parliamentary history
speech, judiciary, judicial ethics, extra-judicial speech, freedom of speech
Internet law, copyright law, online games, virtual worlds
copyright, p2p, peer-to-peer, filesharing, enforcement
copyright, constitutional law, PPI v Cody, copyright history
Internet Law, Virtual worlds
climate change, Ireland
freedom of speech, judicial independence, judicial salaries
climate change, Ireland, environmental law, environmental regulation, UNFCCC, Kyoto Protocol
information systems, rule of law, it, ICT, information technology, values, equality, biases
ICT, information technology, environmental regulation, regulation, Foucault, third generation environmental law, reflexive regulation, disclosure
plant genetic resources, intellectual property, regime complex, property theory, TRIPs
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