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Responsibility, justice, and reconciliation in Northern Ireland

Restorative Justice and the Critique of Informalism in Northern Ireland

A Bottom-Up Approach to Transformative Justice in Northern Ireland

criminal justice system: England and Wales, and Northern Ireland

Neighbours before the Court: Crime, Village Communities and Seigneurial Justice in Northern Burgundy, 1750–1790

Enlightened Feudalism: Seigneurial Justice and Village Society in Eighteenth-Century Northern Burgundy. By Jeremy Hayhoe

Disturbing the Peace: Environmental Change and the Scales of Justice on a Northern River

Enlightened Feudalism: Seigneurial Justice and Village Society in Eighteenth-Century Northern Burgundy

Social Work and Social Justice in Northern Ireland: Towards a New Occupational Space

The Haunting of Alice: Local Approaches to Justice and Reconciliation in Northern Uganda

Learning to Live Together: Transitional Justice and Intergroup Reconciliation in Northern Ireland

MacDermott, John Clarke, Baron MacDermott (1896–1979), lord chief justice of Northern Ireland

Andrews, Sir James, baronet (1877–1951), lord chief justice of Northern Ireland

Exploring Home-Grown Transitional Justice and Its Dilemmas: A Case Study of the Historical Enquiries Team, Northern Ireland

Long Live Atahualpa: Indigenous Politics, Justice, and Democracy in the Northern Andes By Emma Cervone Duke University Press. 2012. 352 pages. $25.95 cloth

Northern Cameroons, Cameroon v United Kingdom, Preliminary Objections, Judgment, [1963] ICJ Rep 15, ICGJ 153 (ICJ 1963), 2nd December 1963, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Jeremy Hayhoe. Enlightened Feudalism: Seigneurial Justice and Village Society in Eighteenth-Century Northern Burgundy. (Changing Perspectives on Early Modern Europe, number 10.) Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester Press. 2008. Pp. xii, 309. $80.00

300 By the King. A Proclamation commanding all Deputie-Lieutenants, and Justices of Peace, to attend those places in their proper Counties: And that those that have houses and lands in the Northern parts, shall resort thither, and reside there with their Families. [Whitehall 14 May 1640]

 

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