Right to Privacy in a Digital Age

In Ireland ones right to privacy is constitutionally protected under article 40.3, with the caveat that the state upholds this right as much as practicable due to the fact that under Irish law no one right is absolute. The infamous McGee case acknowledge a right to marital privacy as an unenumerated constitutional right, therefore by […]

Access to Legal Aid in Ireland

Access to justice is a crucial tenet in any democratic system – it means that every person has access to an independent and impartial court and the opportunity to receive a fair and just trial in due course of law. In Ireland, like many other common law jurisdictions, the barrier to accessing judicial protection can […]