I prepared these notes initially in 2007 and revised them in 2008 to sit the Trinity Schol exams. They contain detailed summaries of every single case in each area up to the Spring of 2008 as well as summaries of a selection of articles.
The main points of each decision are set out in a logical sequence and, in the case of divisional decisions, attributed to each judge.Each case note is between half a page and page in length, but covers each case in minute detail. By reducing each judges' decision to its essentials you can readily see their strengths and weaknesses, allowing you to focus on forming your own opinion.
|Institution||Trinity College Dublin (unaffiliated)|
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