About the Journal
The Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly is a leading peer-reviewed journal that provides an international forum for articles, commentaries and notes in all areas of legal scholarship and across a range of methodologies including doctrinal, theoretical and socio-legal.
Vol. 73 No. 2 (2022): Summer
Special Issue: Covid-19 and Legal Responses on the Island of Ireland
Guest Editors: Ollie Bartlett, Neil Maddox, Ronagh McQuigg and Andrea Mulligan
COVID-19 restrictions in Ireland and Northern Ireland: a comparison of the legal framing of reasonablenessAbstract 65 | NILQ 73.2.2 Ó Cathaoir and MacColl Downloads 4
Procuring in a pandemic: assessing the use of the EU Public Procurement Directives, the Joint Procurement Agreement and advance purchase agreementsAbstract 69 | NILQ 73.2.3 McEvoy Downloads 4
Digital technology and privacy attitudes in times of COVID-19: formal legality versus legal reality in IrelandAbstract 182 | NILQ 73.2.4 Celeste et al Downloads 21
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-19Abstract 82 | NILQ 73.2.5 Porcedda Downloads 4
Commentaries and Notes
Book review: Pandemic Legalities: Legal Responses to COVID-19 – Justice and Social Responsibility edited by Dave Cowan and Ann MumfordAbstract 60 | NILQ 73.2.8 Ó Néill Downloads 4
The Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly is a legal research journal published quarterly by the School of Law at Queen's University Belfast.