Irish Civil Litigation

Our Irish Civil Litigation online service offers access to a range of the most notable and highly acclaimed titles in Irish law, covering topics such as constitutional law, torts and judicial review. In addition, you can access our monthly Irish Civil Litigation Update, which includes notable case notes and updates edited by Martin Hayden SC and written by Roland Rowan BL, Hugh Good BL and Colm Scott-Byrne BL. This practitioner-focused service is an essential resource if you are a busy litigator.

Notable titles include

  • Byrne and McCutcheon on the Irish Legal System by Raymond Byrne, Paul McCutcheon, Laura Cahillane and Emma Roche-Cagney
  • Contract Law by Paul A McDermott and James McDermott
  • Judicial Review by Mark de Blacam
  • Kelly: The Irish Constitution by Gerard Hogan, Gerry Whyte, David Kenny and Rachael Walsh
  • Law of Torts by Bryan M E McMahon and William Binchy
  • Practice and Procedure in the Superior Courts by Benedict Ó Floinn

Full List of Content

  • Ancillary Discovery
  • Busy Practitioner: Irish Civil Litigation
  • Byrne and McCutcheon on the Irish Legal System
  • Case Summaries: Irish Civil Litigation
  • Constitutional Law of Ireland
  • Contract Law
  • Court Applications under the Companies Acts
  • Divorce and Judicial Separation Proceedings in the Circuit Court: A Guide to Order 59
  • A Guide to Expert Witness Evidence
  • Irish Civil Litigation Update
  • The Irish Statute Book: A Guide to Irish Legislation
  • Judicial Review
  • Kelly: The Irish Constitution
  • Law of Torts
  • The Law on Res Judicata and Double Jeopardy
  • Legal Professional Privilege
  • Mareva Injunctions and Related Interlocutory Orders
  • Mediation Law
  • The MIBI Agreements and the Law
  • Practice and Procedure in the Superior Courts
  • Statutory Interpretation in Ireland
  • Summary Judgment in Ireland: Principles and Defences

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