Podcasting our Feminist Judgments Project
At our Drafting Workshops, the academics acting as judges for the project present their draft judgments. They speak about the challenges they have encountered in re-writing the judgments in important Irish and Northern Irish cases, and about their aspirations for the re-written versions. Below are some of the podcasts we have made of their talks so far, together with links to the original judgment in each case. judges’ contact details and additional resources. Academics teaching these cases, or other students of judicial reasoning, are likely to find the discussions useful, and we welcome your feedback. The podcasts are usually about 25 mins long.
The next Drafting workshop is in UCC on February 5 and 6. The programme for the day is here. If you would like to attend, please email email@example.com. Our final workshop will be held at UCD and Griffith College Dublin in mid April.
Aoife O’Donoghue and Ruth Houghton on McGimpsey.
Catherine O’Rourke on In re White
Colin Murray on In re E (the Holy Cross case)
Eoin Daly and Deirdre McGowan on Flynn v. Power
Claire McCann on SPUC’s Application
Kathryn McNeilly and Sarah Ramshaw on Re Family Planning Assoc. of Northern Ireland
Lorna Fox-O’Mahony on NPBS v. Lynd
Olivia Smith on Stokes v. CBS Clonmel
Patrick Hanafin on Roche v. Roche
Julie McCandless on A and B v. An NHS Trust
Maebh Harding on the PKU Test case