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1 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 On the compatibility of pandemic data-driven measures with the right to data protection: a review of ‘under-the-radar’ measures adopted in Ireland to contain COVID-19 Maria-Grazia Porcedda
2 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 Book review: Pandemic Legalities: Legal Responses to COVID-19 - Justice and Social Responsibility edited by Dave Cowan and Ann Mumford Clayton Ó Néill
3 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 COVID-19 and legal responses on the island of Ireland: introducing the key themes Ollie Bartlett, Neil Maddox, Ronagh McQuigg, Andrea Mulligan
4 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 Does Ireland need a constitutional right to health after the COVID-19 pandemic? Ollie Bartlett
5 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 COVID-19 restrictions in Ireland and Northern Ireland: a comparison of the legal framing of reasonableness Katharina Ó Cathaoir, Christie MacColl
6 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 Domestic abuse: the ‘shadow pandemic Ronagh McQuigg
7 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 Territorial approaches to a pandemic: a pathway to effective governance? Mary Dobbs, Andrew Keenan
8 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 Procuring in a pandemic: assessing the use of the EU Public Procurement Directives, the Joint Procurement Agreement and advance purchase agreements Emma McEvoy
9 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―Jul―28 Digital technology and privacy attitudes in times of COVID-19: formal legality versus legal reality in Ireland Edoardo Celeste, Sorcha Montgomery, Arthit Suriyawongkul
10 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2022―May―12 Coronavirus legislative responses in the UK: regression to panic and disdain of constitutionalism Rebecca Moosavian, Clive Walker, Andrew Blick
11 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Dec―17 The Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework as a ‘specialized international access and benefit-sharing instrument’ under the Nagoya Protocol Michelle Rourke, Mark Eccleston-Turner
12 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―25 Patents, access to health and COVID-19 - the role of compulsory and government-use licensing in Ireland Aisling McMahon
13 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―25 Editorial to the Supplementary Special Issue on COVID-19 Law: breadth, depth and future implications Mark L Flear
14 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―25 Proposals for copyright law and education during the COVID-19 pandemic Emily Hudson, Paul Wragg
15 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―25 The COVID-19 pandemic and the challenge for innovation policy Robert Burrell, Catherine Kelly
16 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―25 Procurement and commissioning during COVID-19: reflections and (early) lessons Albert Sanchez-Graells
17 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―25 From special powers to legislating the lockdown: the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2020 Daniel Holder
18 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―16 Disability and COVID-19: improving legal and policy responses through grassroots disability ethics Ivanka Antova
19 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Nov―03 Coronavirus legislative responses in the UK: regression to panic and disdain of constitutionalism Rebecca Moosavian, Clive Walker, Andrew Blick
20 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―18 Patents, access to health and COVID-19 - The role of compulsory and government-use licensing in Ireland Aisling McMahon
21 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―18 Proposals for copyright law and education during the COVID-19 pandemic Emily Hudson, Paul Wragg
22 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―18 Proposals for copyright law and education during the COVID-19 pandemic Emily Hudson, Paul Wragg
23 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―18 Procurement and Commissioning during COVID-19: reflections and (early) lessons Albert Sanchez-Graells
24 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―18 From special powers to legislating the lockdown: the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2020 Daniel Holder
25 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―18 From special powers to legislating the lockdown: the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2020 Daniel Holder
26 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―15 The COVID-19 pandemic and the challenge for innovation policy Robert Burrell, Catherine Kelly
27 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―15 Procurement in the time of COVID-19 Albert Sanchez-Graells
28 [GO] Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 2021―Jul―10 'Supra-stewardship': a tool for citizen participation in European Union pandemic preparedness planning Mark L Flear
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