BCL, Barrister at Law
T. John O'Dowd
353-1-716 8776 (UCD)
Fax 353-1-269 2655
I have lectured in the UCD School of
1991. I am also a DPhil student
at the Faculty
of Law at the University of Oxford, and a member of Wolfson College. My
main academic interests are Irish
constitutional law and comparative constitutional law, with special
reference to the subject of my doctoral thesis, Indian constitutional
Eu învăţ limba
română din anul 1997. Vă rog să folosţi legătura care se găseşte
mai sus dacă doriţi să stiţi de ce şi cum am învăţ-o.
Această pagină se găseşte şi într-o versiune română.
As part of my interest in the Romanian Language, I have maintained a site on Romanian
and Moldavian Law. That site is suspended for the time being (as of February 2009).
Visit my blog: John O'Dowd's Law Blog
More about me
teach Constitutional Law (LAW 10050 and LAW 10060), for students in
Level 1 of the undergraduate programmes offered by the Law School,
and Media Law with students at Level 3 of the undergraduate
programmes (LAW 30190) and at postgraduate level (LAW 40230.)
Some of my research
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The River Thames, Oxford (from Folly Bridge)
My specific research interests - other
than the subject of my D Phil and those, such as defamation or State
liability in tort, that are integral parts of
the three subjects I
teach - include:
Parties and the Law
Here, in no
particular order, are a few links
I've found interesting or useful.
The home page for the IrishLaw E-Mail discussion list, which I warmly
recommend to anyone interested in Ireland and the law. Maintained by
Darius Whelan, Faculty of Law, University College Cork.
- High Court of Australia The Web
Home Page for the High Court of
Australia. An example of best practice for courts everywhere.
might also be interested in the official home page for
the Supreme Court of Canada: Supreme
Court of Canada and the similar page maintained by the Faculty of
Law at the University of Witwatersland in relation to the Constitutional Court of South
Government Tasmanian Government information, including a summary of
the Tasmanian electoral system which, most unusually, closely resembles
ours here in Ireland.