xix, 241 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
1911611119 paperback 9781911611110 paperback
"This collection is a follow-on to Legal Research Methods: Principles and Practicalities"--Preface.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Researching law and legal research: introducing the case studies approach / Laura Cahillane and Jennifer Schweppe 1. The case for a qualified veto system of adverse possession in Ireland: a doctrinal approach with "Bells and Whistles" 2. Who gets to decide on marriage equality? A reflection on comparative research / Conor O'Mahony 3. Researching the Irish Free State Constitution: law and history / Laura Cahillane 4. Using international law in interdisciplinaryhuman rights research / Clíodhna Murphy, Mary Gilmartin and Leanne Caulfield 5. The Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments Project: experiments in feminist legal research / Máiréad Enright and Aoife O' Donoghue 6. "Changing Ireland, Changing Law": access to justice and understanding the lived experience / Ivana Bacik and Mary Rogan 7. Researching with hard to access communities: understanding the relationship between the Trans Community and An Garda Siochana in Ireland / Amanda Haynes, Jennifer Schweppe and Niamh Dillon 8. Capturing cultures of control: some reflections on social research / Claire Hamilton 9. Using methodological triangulation to understand illicit drug markets / Johnny Connolly 10. Crossing th line: ethnographic fieldwork on crime and justice / Jonathan Ilan 11. Researching domestic violence: The INASC Project / Conor Hanly 12. Mixed methods inquiry in law: exploring the temporal burdens of medical negligence litigation / Mary-Elizabeth Tumelty 13. Research at the Law Reform Commission / Ciarán Burke and Raymond Byrne.