Published writing

The following are among the peer-reviewed publications of jurisprudential writing originally presented, in whole or part, at an Irish Jurisprudence Society event or the subject of an IJS workshop.

Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov, A Philosophy of Criminal Attempts (Cambridge University Press 2015)

John Danaher, ‘The Normativity of Linguistic Originalism: A Speech Act Analysis’ Law and Philosophy (2015) 34: 397–431

Desmond M Clarke. ‘Causation and Liability in Tort Law’ (2014) 5 Jurisprudence 217

Shane Glackin, ‘Back to Bundles: Deflating Property Rights, Again’ (2014) 20 Legal Theory 1

Arising from the IJS’s 2011 symposium on Barden and Murphy’s Law and Justice in Community, the following were published in the journal Jurisprudence, volume 3, issue 1, 2012, pp 71-210:

‘Introduction’
Donal Coffey

‘On Law and Justice in Community’
Paul Brady

‘The Legitimate Authority of the Living Law’
Oran Doyle

‘Rescuing Living Law from Jurisprudence’
Marc Hertogh

‘On the Spontaneous Sources of Law’
Garrett Barden

‘Living Law, Normative Pluralism, and Analytic Jurisprudence’
Tim Murphy

Eoin Daly, “The Ambiguous Reach of Constitutional Secularism in Republican France: Revisiting the Idea of Laïcité and Political Liberalism as Alternatives” (2012) 32 Oxford J Legal Studies 583

Desmond M Clarke, “Judicial reasoning: logic, authority, and the rule of law in Irish courts” (2011) 46 Irish Jurist 152

Bebhinn Donnelly, ‘The Figuring of Morality in Adjudication: Not so Special?’ 24 Ratio Juris 3, 2011.

Brian Flanagan, “Revisiting the Contribution of Literal Meaning to Legal Meaning” (2010) 30 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 255

Oran Doyle, “Legal Positivism, Natural Law and the Constitution” Dublin University Law Journal, 31, 1, 2009, 206 – 227

Tom Hickey, “Domination and the Hijab in Irish Schools” (2009) 31 Dublin University Law Journal 127

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