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Irish Convention (25 July 1917–5)

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Browne, Geoffrey Henry Browne (1861 - 1927), PC Ireland 1921; DL, JP; a Member of the Irish Convention, 1917–18; appointed a Commissioner of Congested Districts Board, 1919; elected a Senator for Southern Ireland, 1921; a Representative Peer for Ireland

Application by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission for Judicial Review (Compatibilty of the Adoption (Northern Ireland) Order 1987 with the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms) [2012] NIQB 77: High Court of Justice (Northern Ireland), Queen’s Bench Division: Treacy J: 18 October 2012

Brooke, John Warden (1922 - 1987), PC (NI) 1971; DL, Member (UPNI) for North Down, Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention, 1975–76

MORGAN, William (James) (1914 - 1999), PC (NI) 1961; Member (UUUC), for North Belfast, Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention, 1975–76

GOULDING, William Joshua (1856 - 1925), PC 1917; JP, DL; Chairman, Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland; Deputy-Chairman, Fishguard and Rosslare Harbours and Railway Company; an Irish Lights Commissioner; Chairman Irish Railway Clearing House; Chairman Property Losses Committee (Ireland), 1916; Director National Bank, Ltd; Chairman W. & H. M. Goulding, Ltd; Irish Convention, 1917–18; a Senator for Southern Ireland; Member of the Church Representative Body of Ireland; a Steward of the Turf Club of Ireland

MAHAFFY, John Pentland (1839 - 1919), Scholar, Graduate, late Fellow and Professor of Ancient History, late Precentor of the College chapel, Vice-Provost 1913, then Provost, Trinity College, Dublin; Commissioner of Intermediate Education, Ireland; President Royal Irish Academy, 1911–16; Member of the Irish Convention, 1917–18

Dispute Concerning Access to Information Under Article 9 of the OSPAR Convention, Ireland v United Kingdom, Final Award, (2003) XXIII RIAA 59, (2003) 42 ILM 1118, ICGJ 377 (PCA 2003), 2nd July 2003, Permanent Court of Arbitration [PCA]

 

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