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  • Whelan, Darius; Carroll, Claire; Grogan, Bernadette (Mental Health Reform and School of Law, University College Cork, 2022-11)
    The School of Law, University College Cork, has developed a Mental Health Act, 2001 Toolkit in partnership with Mental Health Reform. When people with mental health difficulties are admitted to mental health units, either ...
  • Stephen Coutts (European Papers, 2018-10)
    Union citizenship has witnessed a reactive turn in recent years with citizens' rights being more easily restricted. Key to this development is a shift in the use of the concept of integration. This article traces this ...
  • Lonardo, Luigi (Wolters Kluwer, 2021)
    Mutual trust in European Union law traditionally refers to a horizontal relationship between Member States, requiring them to consider ‘all the other Member States to be complying with EU law’, as the European Court of ...
  • O'Callaghan, Patrick (Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2018-04-03)
    This chapter argues that there is some (limited) evidence of a right to be forgotten in the jurisprudence of U.S. courts. For the purposes of this argument, the right exists whenever interests in being forgotten and/or ...
  • O'Callaghan, Patrick (Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2020-03-07)
    This chapter examines the status of the right to be forgotten in Irish law. It pays close attention to data protection law and finds that even before the coming into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ...

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