How The Judician Council Bill Changes The Irish Justice System
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The Judicial Council Bill finally passed all stages of the Oireachtas before the summer recess. Although overdue, it is a positive development for the Irish justice system because it will establish for the first time a Judicial Council, a body to represent the Irish judiciary and to formalise many of its operations.
Barry, B. (2019). How the Judicial Council Bill changes the Irish justice system. RTE Brainstorm, updated / Wednesday, 17 Jul 2019 14:00.