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THE IRISH JURIST

VOLUME LXVII

 Articles

A jurisprudence for crisis times?
roger COTTERELL

The European Arrest Warrant before the Irish courts: judicial dialogue,
mutual trust, and the limits of interpretation
IMELDA MAHER, RÓNÁN RIORDAN, NEŽA ŠUBIC

Companies in Court and the limits of their legal personality: an
argument against the strict application of the rule in Battle
JOHN QUINN

Summary judgment—maintaining the balance between
creditor and debtor
DAVID CAPPER

Joint enterprise liability for murder in Ireland
CIAN Ó CONCHUBAIR

The decline of Article 26: reforming abstract constitutional
review in Ireland
HILARY HOGAN

Short Articles and Comments

Closing the sluice gates: UCC v ESB and the worrying
narrowing duty of care analysis
RÓNÁN R. CONDON

Bríg Brethach, “Bríg of the Judgments”

KATHERINE SIMMS

Changes in scholarly approaches to early Irish law in the period since
the publication of D.A. Binchy’s Corpus Iuris Hibernici
AOGÁN Ó HIORLAITHE



Book Reviews and Notices

Nora Beausang, Consumer and SME Credit Law.

Brian Cowan and Scott Sowerby (eds), The State Trials and the Politics of Justice in Later Stuart England.

Mary Donnelly, The Law of Credit and Security (3rd edition).

Seán McConville, Irish Political Prisoners, 1960–2000: Braiding Rage and Sorrow.