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This latest volume of collected papers from the Irish Legal History Society comprises the following: Lord Hutton, Sir Edward Carson and some aspects of the Archer-Shee case; Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman, Ulysses, Joyce and the law; Mr Justice A.J. Hart, King’s Inns and the foundation of the Inn of Court of Northern Ireland – the northern perspective; Gerard Hogan, Judicial review and the Constitution – what did the drafters actually intend?; His Honour Judge John Martin, QC, Judicial dress in the county and circuit courts; John Cairns, Maintaining slavery without a code noir – Scotland 1700–78; Patrick Geoghegan (TCD), ‘The Counsellor’: Daniel O’Connell and the law; Peter Crooks (TCD), The Irish Chancery project; Adam Pole, Sheriffs, landlords and tenants in Victorian Ireland; R.D. Marshall, W.E. Wylie, KC; Colum Kenny (DCU), On lawyers, their obligations, and the Cicero collection at King’s Inns Library; and James McGuire’s presidential address to the Society (November 2009).