I have written several times on this blog about open access journals, and I have re-posted some of the wickedly funny cartoons served up daily by Piled Higher and Deeper (PhD). Open access journals Continue Reading
On Slaw, Michael Lines lauds a presentation by Paul Holdengraber, Director of the Public Education Program at the New York Public Library:
Yesterday’s Keynote was probably one of the best talks Continue Reading
The title of this post is a famous quotation from Thomas Jefferson (left); and it's apt for the coming week (here's an equivalent week earlier in the life of this blog).
The week of 2 March to 8 Continue Reading
The Oxford Standard for Citation Of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) is fast establishing itself as the UK's standard system of legal citation. It is at present undergoing revision, and the Editors welcome Continue Reading
I love libraries - from the wonder that is the New York Public Library through the workaday necessity of my university's very fine library to the welcome of the local lending library - so the Continue Reading
I like the Carnegie Foundation, not least for its founder's support of Irish and Scottish libraries, one of which was my local library when I was growing up (and it features in the lovingly written Continue Reading
1 March (BBC | Wikipedia), and thus St David's Day in Wales (perhaps, then an appropriate - or unfortunate - day for Welsh police to uncover a large illegal distillery in Cardiff), but it's also: ... Continue Reading
I learn from Michael Geist's blog that in the New Yorker this week, Jeffrey Toobin has an excellent piece on the Google Books project and the litigation it has spawned. It is well informed, and Continue Reading
Hi there! Thanks for dropping by. I'm Eoin O'Dell, and this is my blog: Cearta.ie - the Irish for rights.
"Cearta" really is the Irish word for rights, so the title provides some sense of the scope of this blog. In general, I write about private law, free speech, and cyber law; and, in particular, I write about Irish law and education policy.