This project was undertaken following discussions with the Refugee Legal Service, Cork, on the need for an easily accessible and comprehensive case law resource, for use in subsidiary protection claims. With the introduction of a subsidiary protection regime in Ireland in October, 2006, the unmet legal need arising from the absence of such a resource became increasingly urgent. With this case law resource, the Migration Law Clinic, has produced an invaluable research tool. This resource is aimed at all those involved in the asylum determination process. In particular, we hope that the project will be of assistance to decision makers and to the busy legal practitionerThis case-book marks a further practical contribution which the Migration Law Clinic, is continually making in bridging the gap between formal legal education and the legal world in action. It is hoped that this project will be the template for further interaction between the Centre and the wider legal community.
|Publisher||Centre for Criminal Justice & Human Rights|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Mar 2007|
Thornton, L. (Author), Morgan, D. (Author), Cumiskey, C. (Author), Langley, S. (Author), Mullally, S. (Author), McDonagh, M. (Author), Hanley, B. (Author), & Lyons, C. (Author). (2007). Subsidiary Protection Case Law Project. Web publication/site, Centre for Criminal Justice & Human Rights. http://www.ucc.ie/en/ccjhr/migrationlawclinic/Text,34788,en.html