Human Rights Solicitors
A country can often be judged by the extent to which it adheres to international and domestic human rights law. This area of law is perhaps the one area that determines the level to which a country can be regarded as civilised. In Ireland, human rights law has been determined for many years by domestic law and the Irish Constitution. However international law has also contributed to the area of human rights law. Since we joined the EU, a very substantial and extremely influential body of law has further developed and expanded the area of human rights law in Ireland.