The Department of Law has a strong research profile in a wide variety of areas. Where copyright allows, the full text of the publications listed below can be found in Arrow, DIT's open access research repository. Selected publications (2009 to date) follow:
Selected Publications (since 2009)
Rogan, M. (in press). The Penal System in Ireland. in V. Ruggiero and M. Ryan (Eds.), Penal Systems in Europe.
Rogan, M. (in press). Prison policy in times of austerity. Prison Service Journal.
Fahey, E. (in press). “Does the Emperor have Financial Crisis Clothes? On the legal basis of the European Banking Authority”. Modern Law Review.
Rogan, M. (2012). Rehabilitation, Research and Reform: Prison Policy in Ireland. Irish Probation Journal, (9) 6-32.
Rogan, M. (2012). Improving Criminal Justice Data and Policy. Economic and Social Review 43(2) 303-323.
Rogan, M. (2012). Prisoners' rights and the separation of powers: comparing approaches in Ireland, Scotland and England and Wales. Public Law 3 July, 415-425.
Rogan, M. (2012). Brown, Governor of California et al v. Plata et al. Modern Law Review 75(2) 261-274,
Rogan, M. (2012). Dealing with Overcrowding in Prisons: Contrasting Judicial Approaches from the USA and Ireland. The Irish Jurist (47)195-202.
Rogan, M. (2012): Series of knowledge-exchange publications, in conjunction with the Irish Penal Reform Trust and funded by the Irish Research Council:
Rogan, M.(2011). Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, Penal Welfarism and Political Imprisonment. New York: Routledge.
Rogan, M. (2011). Yes (or No) Minister: The importance of the Minister/senior civil servant dyad in Irish Prison Policy. The Prison Journal.
Rogan, M. (2011) The innocence rights of sentenced offenders" (2011, Irish Journal of Legal Studies).
Cannon, R, “Ireland” in Mason (ed), Electronic Evidence: Disclosure, Discoverability and Admissibilty, (London, Butterworths Lexis-Nexis, 2nd ed., 2010).
Carruthers, S. (2010). John Wilkes and the Enlightenment: The Political Ideas of John Wilkes and his Association with Enlightenment Philosophes in the 1760s and 1770s. Lambert Academic Publishing.
Coen, M. (2010). Apprehended Bias: The Case of Jurors. Dublin University Law Journal 32, 121.
Coen, M. “Elephants in the Room: The Law Reform Commission’s Consultation Paper on Jury Service Part I” (2010) 20(3) Irish Criminal Law Journal 75
Coen, M. “Elephants in the Room: The Law Reform Commission’s Consultation Paper on Jury Service Part II” (2010) 20(4) Irish Criminal Law Journal 98
Coen, M. & Heffernan, L. “Juror Comprehension of Expert Evidence: A Reform Agenda” (2010) Criminal Law Review 195.
Fahey, E. (2010). EU Law in Ireland. Dublin: Clarus Press.
Fahey, E. (2010). Swimming in a sea of law: Reflections on water borders, Irish (-British)-Euro Relations and opting-out and opting-in after the Treaty of Lisbon. Common Market Law Review 47(3).
Fahey, E. with O’Connor (2010). Súil ar an dlí 2008, Lonsdale Blackwell Publishing.
Rogan, M. (2010). Charles Haughey, the Department of Justice and Irish Prison Policy during the 1960s. Administration, 57(3).
Cannon R., “Leasehold and Freehold Covenants Affecting Building” (2009) 14(3) Conveyancing and Property Law Journal 66.
Carolan, B., ‘The Birth of the European Union: US and UK Roles in the Creation of the European Coal and Steel Community,’ Tulsa J. Comp. & Int’l L. (2009)
Carolan, B. , European Union Law for Irish Students (Gill & MacMillan 2004, second edition 2009).
Ryan, F., “ ‘Benchmarking’ Civil Partnership: Comparing Civil Partnership with Marriage and Considering the Legal Position of Children” in ICCL Seminar Series Vol. 1 “The General Scheme of the Civil Partnership Bill: Legal Consequences and Human Rights Implications” (Dublin: ICCL, 2009)
Rogan, M., 'Prison Visiting Committes in Ireland: Some Proposals for Reform,' Dublin University Law Journal. (2009)