Published in conjunction with the Law School of the Law Society of Ireland, the titles in this innovative series provide a unique guide to the law practice and procedure in Ireland. Each title provides a clear overview of its subject, focusing on the practical issues that confront lawyers on a daily basis. Written by acknowledged experts in their fields, the Manuals provide detailed analysis of recent cases and legislation, highlight key issues in practice and procedure, and set out specimen forms and precedents. The Manuals are essential reading for trainees on the Law Society of Ireland's Professional Practice Course. They will also be indispensable to any Irish legal practitioner requiring a practical,
user-friendly, and jargon-free treatment of key practice areas.Readership: Apprentice solicitors studying as part of the Law Society of Ireland's Professional Practice Course. Also, undergraduate law students in Ireland and practitioners
Series Editor T P Kennedy
www.lawsociety.ie The Law Society of Ireland is the educational, representative and regulatory body of the solicitors' profession in Ireland. The Law School runs two full-time courses in Dublin & Cork for trainee solicitors - the Professional Practice Course I and the Professional Practice Course II (PPC I & PPC II). It is governed by an elected Council, which is supported by a full-time executive led by the Director General. www.hibernianlawjournal.com The Hibernian Law Journal is an annual publication consisting of essays on a broad range of topical legal issues and has been in existence since 1999. Submissions are invited annually from
trainees and recently qualified solicitors who wish to engage in legal scholarship of a high calibre. Although based in Ireland, the journal is widely circulated in academic institutions in Ireland and in several foreign jurisdictions, including in Harvard University and New York University, and on electronic databases such as Westlaw. IE. www.oup.com/uk/orc/bin/lsim Visit the Online Resource Centre accompanying the Law Society of Ireland Manuals.