Ref NoA44/5/5/5
TitleProposed Institute of Criminal Law
DescriptionDocuments relating to a proposed Institute of Criminal Law in Ireland, to be established and based at Port Hall House, Co. Donegal. The file contains the proposal (2nd Draft) for the Institute which outlines its structure, constitution, teaching and research remit etc. and was prepared by Mr. Anthony F. Marreco. File also includes correspondence which further details the proposal such as Port Hall house and lands being made available in trust by Marreco and recommendations regarding the proposed institute made by and between the heads of Irish Universities and various acdemics. Those named include Prof. Kevin Boyle (U.C.G.), Prof. Colin. Campbell (Q.U.B.) , Prof Jim. Casey (U.C.D.) Prof. Brian. McMahon (U.C.C.) Dr. K. Asmal (T.C.D.), minutes of meetings of this group of people; copy of an presentation essayentitled "Internationally protected human rights and international criminal law: a continuum" by M. Cherif Bassiouni; Letter from Marreco to Boyle, discussing the matters of case of Colm Lynagh, a 17 year old convicted of murder and sentenced to life in a case associated with the I.R.A. and at which Sean McBride acted as defence counsel (21 June 1982) Also letters from Marreco to Peter sutherland, the Attorney General, Dublin, discussing the proposal (24 Oct 1984) and also letter from Marreco to Boyle detailing updates on fundraising for the Institute in America by Marecco. (24 Oct 1984)
Date1981 - 1984
FormatPrinted document
Extent1 folder, 23 items
CodePersonNameDatesParallel forms of name
DS/UK/32Boyle; Kevin (1943-2010); Human Rights activist, barrister, lecturer.1943-2010
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