Author: Dr Mary Donnelly
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: October 2015
The new edition of the Law of Credit and Security provides a fully up-to-date analysis of all relevant aspects of law and regulation in respect of lending, security-taking and enforcement of loans in Ireland. In the ongoing aftermath of the financial crisis, this has remained one of the most fast-moving areas of law and this book provides a comprehensive treatment of the many developments since the publication of the first edition in 2011.
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Mary Donnelly is a Professor of Law at University College Cork. Her books include The Law of Banks and Credit Institutions (Dublin: Round Hall Sweet and Maxwell, 2000); Consent: Bridging the Gap Between Doctor and Patient (Cork: Cork University Press, 2002); Healthcare Decision-Making and the Law: Autonomy, Capacity and the Limits of Liberalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010); The Law of Credit and Security (Round Hall, 2011; 2nd ed 2015) and she is co-author of End-of-Life Care: Ethics and Law (Cork University Press, 2011) and Consumer Law: Rights and Regulation (Round Hall, 2014) and co-editor of Ethical and Legal Debates in Irish Healthcare: Confronting Complexities to be published by Manchester University Press in February 2016 . She has collaborated on projects funded by the European Commission, the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences, the National Children's Office and the Irish Hospice Foundation and has acted as consultant for public agencies and legal firms. She was a member of the Expert Group to review the Mental Health Act 2001 (2013-2015) and is a member of the Health Service Executive National Consent Advisory Group. She is the Banking and Security correspondent for the Commercial Law Practitioner. She has served as External Examiner at Dublin City University and University College Dublin and is currently External Examiner at the National College of Ireland. She was a visiting fellow at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (2002) and at the London School of Economics (2009) and will be a visiting fellow at University College London for 2016.