2 edition of second university for Northern Ireland found in the catalog.
second university for Northern Ireland
Armagh. County Council.
1964 in (Armagh .
Written in English
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This is the second edition of Hart's leading book on the principle and practice of judicial review in Northern Ireland. Providing a fully updated account of the ever-burgeoning body of case law, it divides into eight chapters that consider the purposes of judicial review; the nature of the public-private divide in Northern Ireland law; the judicial review procedure; the grounds for review; and Format: Hardcover.
The chronology of investigations focusing on the effects of "the Troubles" on the children of Northern Ireland is presented. Studies by Belfast psychiatrists, visitors from the United States, and Scottish and English psychologists dominated the first decade of the year-old conflict and were marked by a distinctly pessimistic appraisal of the impact of the troubled situation on the by: 7.
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