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Contributed by Ivana Bacik LL.B., LL.M. (London), is a member of the Irish and English Bars and a practising barrister in Dublin specialising in criminal, employment and public law. She is Reid Professor of Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology at Trinity College Dublin, and taught previously at the University of Kent, the University of North London and the National College of Ireland (formerly the National College of Industrial Relations). She is co-author of 'Abortion and the Law' (Dublin: 1997) and co-editor (with Michael O'Connell) of 'Crime and Poverty in Ireland' (Dublin: 1998). She ...
The National Labour Law Profiles that you will find on this site intend to provide a rapid overview of the labour law in a number of ILO member States. Their purpose is to facilitate a general understanding of how the labour law works in each country, and to provide the reader with easy access to information on a number of topics. However, the profiles do not intend to give a comprehensive description of the labour law in any country. Where appropriate, a bibliography and a list of links is given, directing the reader towards more in-depth information. While some National Labour Law ... Read More
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