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The Zalewski case has produced a number of significant judgments in which members of
the Supreme Court grapple with the difficult intersection between the Constitutional provisions reserving the administration of justices to Article 34 courts and the ongoing march of the administrative state.
This is a landmark case on the application of the Constitution to non-court decision-makers and will therefore form an important part of the Commission's ongoing consideration of Non-Court Adjudicative Bodies and Appeals to Courts.
Commissioner Maurice Collins, Judge of the Court of Appeal Speakers:
Tricia Sheehy Skeffington BL
Professor David Gwynn Morgan, Emeritus Professor, University College Cork Dr Laura Cahillane, University of Limerick
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