The Irish Journal of European Law is Ireland’s leading journal dedicated to the analysis of European law. ISEL has recently relaunched the journal as an online publication, details of which are available on this page. Previous editions of the journal and individual articles will be made available to download in due course.
The current editorial committee for journal comprises Stephen Brittain, Roisin Costello, Stephen Coutts, Delia Ferri, Anna Hickey, Cliodhna Murphy, Diarmuid Rossa Phelan (editor) and Ruairi Roantree (copy editor).
Volume 20, 2017
This year’s volume focuses on Brexit, both broadly and in particular on its implications for Ireland.
|Diarmuid Rossa Phelan||Free|
|The Implications of Brexit for Competition Law – An Irish Perspective||29/12/2017||
Subject: The economic and legal effect of Brexit on EU competition law in Ireland
|Dr Vincent Power||Free|
|The Global Reach of EU Law and Brexit: Between Theory and Praxis?||29/12/2017||
Subject: Brexit and EU standards
|Dr Elaine Fahey||Free|
|The Status of British Law in Independent Ireland: a Guide for Post-Brexit Britain?||29/12/2017||
Subject: Brexit, its legal ambiguities and addressing the status of British law in independent Ireland in contrast with the future status of EU law in the UK.
|A Hard Question? Managing the Irish Border Through Brexit||29/12/2017||
Subject: The impacts of Brexit on the Northern Irish border and the future legal architecture of the border and its formalities as they affect the movement of goods and of people.
|Victoria Hewson and Austen Morgan||Free|
|Arbitration in the Republic of Ireland after Brexit||29/12/2017||
Subject: The implications of Brexit on arbitration in Ireland.
|Margaret Liu and David Mwoni Ndolo||Free|
|Case Study on Cross-border Insolvency and Rescue Law: an Analysis of the Future of European Integrat||29/12/2017||
Subject: The EU rules on cross border insolvency and the future of European integration in a post-Brexit European order
|Social Welfare Rights of EU Citizens in Ireland||29/12/2017||
Subject: Overview of the social welfare rights of EU citizens in Ireland
|Standing the Test of Time: Reference for a Preliminary Ruling||29/12/2017||
Subject: The preliminary reference procedure and its importance for the functionality of EU and national law
|Review of Phedon Nicolaides, State Aid Uncovered – Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid||29/12/2017||
Subject: Review of Nicolaides analysis of State Aid developments in 2015
|Jarleth M Burke||Free|