Northern Ireland Dimensions to the First Decade of the United Kingdom Supreme Court

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Abstract

This article focuses on the relationship between the United Kingdom Supreme Court and Northern Ireland over the course of a constitutionally significant period of time, namely the first decade of the Court's existence. It does this by exploring what difference the Court has made to the law of Northern Ireland, what significance the cases from Northern Ireland have had for the law in other parts of the United Kingdom, and what part has been played in the Court’s work by the sole Justice from Northern Ireland, Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore, and by the Attorney General for Northern Ireland, John Larkin QC. It concludes that the Court has established itself as an indispensable component of the legal system of Northern Ireland.
Original languageEnglish
JournalModern Law Review
Early online date26 May 2020
Publication statusEarly online date - 26 May 2020

Keywords

  • Devolution
  • United Kingdom Supreme Court
  • The Law of Northern Ireland
  • Permission to appeal applications
  • Lord Kerr
  • Attorney General for Northern Ireland

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