Murdoch's Dictionary of Irish Law Hardcover – 1 Dec 2008
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It is a comprehensive volume, but no mere dictionary in the commonly understood sense of that word... The work ought to grace the shelves of every legal practitioner, but is by no means confined in its scope to lawyers" The Irish Times, review of previous edition. This was the first, and remains the best, dictionary of Irish law. It defines the principal words, concepts and phrases, their legal source, whether statutory or judicial, and gives a brief introduction to the law. Now in its fourth edition and with its definitions having been cited in the Supreme Court, this book remains essential to the understanding and practice of the law. Extensively cross-referenced to the relevant articles and books which can be consulted for further information, this book examines every area of Irish law thoroughly. References are included to the statutes enacted since 2000, as well as the more important statutory instruments and the hundreds of important judicial decisions. Key features of the latest edition include some 1 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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I must translate a longish (31-page) Irish legal document, and this dictionary is going to save me at least two days' work. Highly recommended.