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  1. Publication cover - FLAC News 25 (1) Jan-Mar 2015
    FLAC News 25 (1) Jan-Mar 2015Issued : April 2015Contents:
  2. Publication cover - FLAC News 24(4) Oct-Dec 2014
    FLAC News 24(4) Oct-Dec 2014Issued : March 2015
  3. Publication cover - PILA Pro Bono Survey 2014
    PILA Pro Bono Survey 2014Issued : March 2015Summary
  4. case-law-677940
    Case Summary: Condon & Ors -v- Minister for Labour and the Attorney General [1981] IR 62 Issued : July 2014Where bank employees challenged temporary legislation prohibiting pay increases, which later expired, the Supreme Court proceeded with the review as they were not satisfied that similar legislation would not be reintroduced.
    • case-law-677940
      Case Summary: MF -v- Superintendent Ballymun Garda Station & Ors [1990] 1 IR 189 Issued : July 2014Where the matter concerned the "special and possibly unique category" of children, who were not represented at hearings, the Supreme Court proceeded to hear a case in order to clarify the law on child protection.
      • case-law-677940
        Case Summary: O’Donoghue -v- Minister for Health & Ors [1993] IEHC 2Issued : July 2014Where a mentally handicapped child sought to vindicate his right to primary education, notwithstanding that the State had granted him a place on a concessionary basis, the High Court held that a determination of the rights and duties in issue was required.
        • case-law-677940
          Case Summary: McCann -v- Monaghan District Court & Ors [2009] IEHC 276 Issued : July 2014Where legislation governing imprisonment for non-payment of a debt would continue to affect the Plaintiff even if the order under challenge were quashed, the High Court proceeded with a hearing addressing the legislation's constitutionality.
          • case-law-677940
            Case Summary: O’Brien -v- The Personal Injuries Assessment Board [2007] 1 IR 328Issued : July 2014Where the Court's judgment would affect how the Respondent exercised its statutory powers in the future, the Supreme Court allowed a judicial review hearing to proceed.
            • case-law-677940
              Case Summary: Goold -v- Collins [2004] IEHC 38 Issued : July 2014Where the parties had reached an agreement on the protection order in issue, the Supreme Court held that the matter was moot and reviewed case law on mootness.
              • case-law-677940
                Case Summary: V [a minor] -v- Courts Service & Ors [2009] IEHC 321 Issued : July 2014Where even a favourable outcome to the Applicant would have provided no practical assistance to him, the High Court dismissed judicial review proceedings as moot.

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