Publications

Books

Fiona de Londras & Mairead Enright (2018), Repealing the 8th: Reforming Irish Abortion Law Policy Press (forthcoming)

Fiona de Londras & Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, (2018) Great Debates in the European Convention on Human Rights, Palgrave MacMillan (in press)

Fiona de Londras, (2011) Detention in the War on Terror: Can Human Rights Fight Back?, Cambridge University Press; paperback 2015

Fiona de Londras (2011) Principles of Irish Property Law, 2nd Edition, Dublin, Ireland: Clarus Press

Fiona de Londras & Cliona Kelly (2010) The European Convention on Human Rights Act: Operation, Impact and Analysis Dublin, Round Hall/Thomson Reuters.

Fiona de Londras (2007) Principles of Irish Property Law, Dublin, Ireland : Clarus Press.

Edited Collections

Fiona de Londras & Josephine Doody (2015), The Impact, Legitimacy and Effectiveness of EU Counter-Terrorism (Routledge)

Fergal F. Davis & Fiona de Londras (2014), Critical Debates on Counter-Terrorist Judicial Review (Cambridge; Cambridge University Press)

Fiona de Londras (ed), Irish Law Times: Special Issue on the Judges’ Pay Referendum (2011)

Yearbooks

Fiona de Londras & Siobhan Mullally (2017), Irish Yearbook of International Law 2015 (Hart Publishing)

Fiona de Londras & Siobhan Mullally (2017), Irish Yearbook of International Law 2014 (Hart Publishing)

Fiona de Londras & Siobhan Mullally (2015), Irish Yearbook of International Law 2013 (Hart Publishing)

Fiona de Londras & Siobhan Mullally (2014), Irish Yearbook of International Law 2012 (Hart Publishing)

Fiona de Londras & Siobhan Mullally (2013), Irish Yearbook of International Law 2011 (Oxford & Portland; Hart Publishing) 

Fiona de Londras & Siobhán Mullally (2012), Irish Yearbook of International Law 2009-2010 (Oxford & Portland, Hart Publishing)

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles 

Fiona de Londras & Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, “Mission Impossible? Addressing Non-Execution through Infringement Proceedings in the European Court of Human Rights” (2017) 66(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 467-490

Fiona de Londras, “Fatal Foetal Abnormality, Irish Constitutional Law, and Mellet v Ireland” (2016) 24(4) Medical Law Review 591-607

Fiona de Londras, “Accounting for Rights in EU Counter-Terrorism: Towards Effective Review” (2016) 22(2) Columbia Journal of European Law 237-274

Fiona de Londras, “Constitutionalizing Fetal Rights: A Salutary Tale from Ireland” (2015) 22(2) Michigan Journal of Gender and the Law 243-289

Fiona de Londras & Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, “Managing Judicial Innovation in the European Court of Human Rights” (2015) 15(3) Human Rights Law Review 523-547

Mairead Enright, Vicky Conway, Fiona de Londras, Mary Donnelly, Ruth Fletcher, Natalie McDonnell, Sheelagh McGuinness, Claire Murray, Sinead Ring, Sorcha ui Chonnachtaigh, “Abortion Law Reform in Ireland: A Model for Change” (2015) 5(1) feminists@law

Mairead Enright, Vicky Conway, Fiona de Londras, Mary Donnelly, Ruth Fletcher, Natalie McDonnell, Sheelagh McGuinness, Claire Murray, Sinead Ring, Sorcha ui Chonnachtaigh, “General Scheme of the Access to Abortion Bill 2015” (2015) 5(1) feminists@law

Máiréad Enright & Fiona de Londras, “‘Empty Without and Empty Within’: The Unworkability of the Eighth Amendment after Savita Halappanavar and Miss Y” (2014) 20(2) Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland 85

Fiona de Londras, “Declarations of Incompatibility under the ECHR Act 2003: A Workable Transplant?” (2014) 35(1) Statute Law Review 50

Fiona de Londras & Laura Graham, “Impossible Floodgates and Unworkable Analogies in the Irish Abortion Debate“, (2013) 3(3) Irish Journal of Legal Studies 54

Fiona de Londras, “Suicide and Abortion: Analysing the Legislative Options in Ireland” (2013) 19(1) Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland 4

Fiona de Londras & Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, “Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, A, B and C v Ireland” (2013) 62(1) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 250

Fiona de Londras, “Dual Functionality and the Persistent Frailty of the European Court of Human Rights” (2013) European Human Rights Law Review 38

Blanaid Clarke, Fiona de Londras, Imelda Maher & Colin Scott (2012), “Editorial” 32(1) Legal Studies 1

Fiona de Londras (2012), ‘Closing Guantánamo Bay: The Triumph of Politics over Law?’ [2012] Public Law 18-26.

Fiona de Londras (2011), ‘Can Counter-Terrorist Internment Ever Be Legitimate?Human Rights Quarterly 33(3): 593-619

Fiona de Londras (2011) ‘Privatized Sovereign Performance: Regulating in the ‘Gap’ between Security and Rights?‘. Journal of Law and Society, 38 (1): 96-118

Fiona de Londras & Suzanne Kingston (2010) ‘Rights, Security and Conflicting International Obligations: Exploring Inter-Jurisdictional Judicial Dialogues in Europe‘. American Journal of Comparative Law, 58 (2):359-413 (extracted in Sudha Setty (ed), Constitutions, Security and the Rule of Law (2014, London, New York and Amsterdam; iDebate Press, 123-139).

Fiona de Londras & Fergal F Davis (2010) ‘Controlling the Executive in Times of Terrorism: Competing Perspectives on Effective Oversight‘. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies , 30 (1):19-47  

Fiona de Londras (2009) ‘International Human Rights Law and Constitutional Rights: In Favour of Synergy‘. International Review of Constitutionalism , 9 (2):307-328

Fiona de Londras (2009) ‘Shannon, Saadi and Ireland’s Reliance on Diplomatic Assurances’. Irish Yearbook of International Law , 2 :79-90

Fiona de Londras (2009) ‘International Law in Ireland 2007’. Irish Yearbook of International Law , 2 :105-118.

Fiona de Londras (2008) ‘International Decision: Saadi v Italy‘. American Journal of International Law , 102 :616-622

Fiona de Londras (2008) ‘What Human Rights Law Could Do: Lamenting the Lack of an International Human Rights Law Approach in Boumediene and Al Odah‘. Israel Law Review, 41 (3):562-595

Fiona de Londras (2008) ‘Guantanamo Bay: Towards Legality?Modern Law Review, 71 (1):36-58

Fiona de Londras (2008) ‘Irish State Practice in International Law 2007’. Irish Yearbook of International Law, 1 :241-266.

Fiona de Londras, Siobhan Mullally, Liam Thornton, Darren O’Donovan (2008) ‘Human Rights in Ireland 2006’ Irish Yearbook of International Law, 1 :313-329.

Fiona de Londras (2008) ‘The Technical Defence to the Judgment Mortgage: Time to Say Goodbye?’ Conveyancing and Property Law Journal, 13 (1).

Fiona de Londras (2007) ‘The Right to Challenge the Lawfulness of Detention: An International Perspective on U.S. Detention of Suspected-TerroristsJournal of Conflict and Security Law, 12 (2):223-260

Fiona de Londras (2007) ‘In the Shadow of Hamdan v Rumsfeld: Habeas Corpus Rights of Guantánamo Bay Detainees’ Irish Criminal Law Journal, 17 (2):8-16.

Fiona de Londras (2007) ‘Hamdan v RumsfeldNetherlands International Law Review, 54 (3):539-550

Fiona de Londras (2006) ‘The Law That Dare Now Speak Its Name?’ Irish Family Law Journal , 9 (2)

Fiona de Londras (2004) ‘Kow Towing to the Twin Gods of Time and Money: The Guilty Plea Discount in Sentencing’ Irish Criminal Law Journal, 14 (1)

Book Chapters

Fiona de Londras (2018), “When the European Court of Human Rights Decides not to Decide: The Cautionary Tale of A, B & C v Ireland and Referendum-Emergent constitutional Provisions” in Kapotas, P and Tzevelekos, V (eds) Building Consensus on European Consensus (Cambridge University Press) forthcoming

Fiona de Londras (2017), “Hybrid (Counter-) Terrorism” in Nicolas Lemay-Hebert & Rosa Freedman, Hybridity: Law, Culture, and Development (Routledge), 58-73

Fiona de Londras (2016), “In Defence of Judicial Innovation and Constitutional Evolution” in Laura Cahillane, James Gallen & Tom Hickey, Judges, Politics and the Irish Constitution (Manchester University Press)

Fiona de Londras (2016), “Participatory Research: Some Provocations for Doctoral Students in Law” in Jennifer Schweppe, Laura Cahillane & Laura Donnellan (eds), Research Methods in Law 149-162.

Fiona de Londras (2016), “Managing Research and Research teams” in Chris Ashford & Jessica Guth, The Legal Academic’s Handbook (Ashgate)210-212.

Fiona de Londras (2017), “Zappone & Gilligan v Revenue Commissioners & Ors” in Máiréad Enright, Julie McCandless & Aoife O’Donoghue, Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments: Judges’ Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity (Hart/Bloomsbury)

Fiona de Londras (2015), “Governance Gaps in EU Counter-Terrorism: Implications for Democracy and Constitutionalism” in Fiona de Londras & Josephine Doody (eds), The Impact, Legitimacy and Effectiveness of EU Counter-Terrorism (Routledge)

Fiona de Londras & Josephine Doody (2015), “Introduction” in Fiona de Londras & Josephine Doody (eds), The Impact, Legitimacy and Effectiveness of EU Counter-Terrorism (Routledge)

Fiona de Londras (2014), “Counter-Terrorist Judicial Review as Regulatory Constitutionalism” in Fergal F. Davis & Fiona de Londras, Critical Debates on Counter-Terrorist Judicial Review (CUP)

Fergal F. Davis & Fiona de Londras (2014), “Counter-Terrorist Judicial Review: Beyond Dichotomies” in Fergal F. Davis & Fiona de Londras, Critical Debates on Counter-Terrorism Judicial Review (CUP)

Fiona de Londras (2014), “Counter-Terrorist Detention and International Human Rights Law” in Ben Saul (ed), Research Handbook on Terrorism and International Law (Edward Elgar)

Fiona de Londras (2013) “Guantánamo Bay, the Rise of Courts and the Revenge of Politics” In: David Jenkins, Anders Henriksen & Amanda Jacobsen (eds). The Long Decade: How 9/11 Has Changed the Law (OUP)

Fiona de Londras (2013), “Privatised Counter-Terrorist Surveillance: Constitutionalism Undermined” in George Williams, Fergal F Davis & Nicola McGarrity (eds), Surveillance, Counter-Terrorism and Comparative Constitutionalism (Routledge)

Fiona de Londras (2013), ‘Prevention, Detention and Extraordinariness’ in Fionnuala ní Aoláin and Oren Gross (eds), Guantánamo Bay and Beyond Exceptional Courts and Military Commissions In Comparative and Policy Perspective (CUP), 117

Fiona de Londras & David Gwynn Morgan (2012) “Constitutional Amendment in Ireland” In: Xenophon Contiades (eds).  Engineering Constitutional Change: A Comparative Perspective on Europe, Canada and the USA (2012, London: Routledge)

F. de Londras, “Privatized Sovereign Performance: Regulating in the ‘Gap’ Between Security and Rights” in C. Scott, F. Caffagi & L. Senden (eds), Transnational Private Regulation: Conceptual and Constitutional Debates (2011, Wiley Blackwell)

Fiona de Londras (2010) ‘Terrorism as an International Crime’ In: William Schabas & Nadia Bernaz (eds). Routledge Handbook on International Criminal Law . London: Routledge

Fiona de Londras (2010) ‘Sexual Violence before the ICTY and ICTR’ In: Martha L.A. Fineman (eds). Feminist Legal Theory: Transcending the Boundaries of Law . London: Routledge

Fiona de Londras (2010) ‘Dualism, Domestic Courts and the Rule of International Law’ In: Sellers, Mortimer & Tomaszewski, Tadeusz (eds). Ius Gentium: The Rule of Law in Comparative Perspective . Wien: Springer

Fiona de Londras (2009) ‘Land Law, Landlord and Tenant, and Conveyancing’ In: William Binchy & Raymond Byrne (eds). Annual Review of Irish Law 2008 . Dublin: Thompson Roundhall.

Fiona de Londras (2009) ‘Confronting the Porrajmos’ In: Evoking Genocide: Scholars and Activists Describe the Work that Shaped their Lives . Toronto: The Key.

Fiona de Londras (2008) ‘Land Law, Landlord and Tenant, and Conveyancing’ In: William Binchy & Ray Byrne (eds). Annual Review of Irish Law 2007 . Dublin: Round Hall.

Fiona de Londras (2007) ‘The Religiosity of Jus Cogens: A Moral Argument for Compliance?‘ In: Rehman, J. & Breau, S (eds). Religion and Human Rights Law: A Critical Examination of Islamic Law and Practices . The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff

Fiona de Londras (2007) ‘Telling Stories and Hearing Truths: Providing an Effective Remedy to Genocidal Sexual Violence against Women’ In: Henham R. & Behrens P. (eds). The Criminal Law of Genocide: International. Comparative and Contextual Aspects . London: Ashgate

Other Journals

Fiona de Londras, “Introductory Note to Mellett v Ireland” (2017) 56(2) International Legal Materials 217-219

Fiona de Londras, “Book Review: Paul Johnson, Homosexuality and the European Court of Human Rights” (2017) 54(2) Common Market Law Review 677-679.

Fiona de Londras (2011) ‘Introduction: Special Issue on the Judges’ Remuneration Referendum’ 29 Irish Law Times 189

Fiona de Londras (2011) ‘The Judicial Pay Referendum in its Broader Context of Dáil Empowerment: Unbalancing Powers?’ 29 Irish Law Times 202

Fiona de Londras (2011), “A ‘New Politics’ Without the Seanad: Concerns from a Human Rights Perspective” Irish Law Times 48-54.

Fiona de Londras (2009) ‘BOOK REVIEW: Emergencies and the Limits of Legality (Victor Ramraj ed)’ The Irish Jurist 43 :132-134.

Fiona de Londras (2009) ‘BOOK REVIEW: Paul W Kahn, Sacred Violence’ Law and Politics Book Review 19 (6):371-375.

de Londras, Fiona (2009) ‘BOOK REVIEW: Neumark, ‘Hiding in the Open’ and Benninga, In Hiding’ Journal of Genocide Research 11 (4):521-525.

de Londras, Fiona (2009) ‘BOOK REVIEW Maddox, Mortgages Law & Practice’ Conveyancing and Property Law Journal 14 (2).

Fiona de Londras, “Ireland’s Potential Liability for Extraordinary Renditions through Shannon Airport” Irish Law Times 25 (7) :106-110

Fiona de Londras (2007) ‘Review: Gearty, Can Human Rights Survive?’ Law and Politics Book Review 17 (5).

Fiona de Londras (2006) ‘Review: Ben-Atar & Ben-Atar, What Time And Sadness Spared: Mother And Son Confront The Holocaust; Colijn, Ruin’s Wheel’ Journal of Genocide Research 8 (4).

Fiona de Londras (2007) ‘NOTE: Boumediene v Bush; Al Odah v United States’ Bulletin Of International Legal Developments 7 .

Fiona de Londras, Mairead Enright (2005) ‘Demystifying Virtual Law: A Guide to Effective Online Research’ Independent Law Review 2 (1).

Fiona de Londras (2004) ‘Researching and Understanding Human Rights Law’ Independent Law Review 1 (3)

Fiona de Londras (2004) ‘Questions and Answers: A Guide to Overcoming (Some) Difficulties of Legal Research in Ireland’ Independent Law Review 1 (2).

Published Reports

7. Locke, Tobias et. al. Brexit and the British Bill of Rights (2017)

6. Locke, Tobias et. al., The Legal Implications of a Repeal of the Human Rights Act 1998 and Withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights (2015)

5. de Londras, Fiona & Grozdanova, Rumyana (2014). ‘Protecting Victims’ Rights in the EU’: National Report: IRELAND. CECL/IALS.

4. de Londras, Fiona & Doody, Josephine (2014). Policy-Maker Perspectives on the Impact, Legitimacy and Effectiveness of EU Counter-Terrorism.

3. de Londras, Fiona, Doody, Josephine, Zalkalne, Signe & Supe, Janis (2014). Report on Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Impact, Legitimacy and Effectiveness in the Context of EU Counter-Terrorism. Durham Law School. SECILE Consortium.

2. de Londras, Fiona, Doody, Josephine & Downing, Erika (2013). Report on Operational Perspectives on Impact, Legitimacy and Effectiveness in Counter-Terrorism. Durham Law School. SECILE Consortium.

1. Working Group on Family Diversity (2006) Equality for All Families . Irish Council for Civil Liberties, Dublin (with Mulholland, Walsh, Reidy, Ward and Power)

Submissions

Fiona de Londras, Written Evidence to the JCHR Enquiry on the Government’s Proposed Derogation from the ECHR, March 2017

Fiona de Londras, Submission to the Citizens Assembly on the 8th Amendment to the Constitution and Associated Matters, submitted 16 December 2016

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