This is my first post on these boards, so I just thought I'd share an article I got published in the Cork Online Law Review this year. COLR follows in the tradition of peer reviewed university law reviews, but I believe it was the first in Ireland to make its publications available online. This is the first year a hard copy version was also published.
Anyway, I submitted this article about 6 months into my law degree and luckily it was accepted for publication. It essentially discusses the basic religious elements of our Constitution and suggests what changes should be made. The foreward for this edition is by the Attorney General, and the Chief State Solicitor launched the edition at UCC. I hope a read of it can be helpful/enjoyable to some of you and I'd be grateful to hear what you thought of it.
The title is: "In the Name of the Most Holy Trinity: Religious Anachronisms and the Need for a Secular Constitution" and it begins on p56 of this pdf file: http://www.ucclawsociety.com/colr/editions/2010/FULL%20EDITION%20COLR%202010.pdf
It runs to just over 13 pages and, since we've had no referenda since, is still up to date.