David Morgan

Emeritus Professor
Law
Faculty of Law
University College
Cork

T: +353 21 490 2532
E: D.Morgan@ucc.ie

Professor Morgan was Director of Research with the Law Reform Commission during (1999-2003). Director of Research and Consultant to the (Ryan) Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in Industrial Schools and Reformatories (2004 -). Council of Europe Group of Experts - appointed Consultant 'Local and Regional Ombudsman' (2008).

Research Interests

Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Land Law, Parliamentary Drafting and Statute Law generally.

Books

YearPublication
(2012)Adminstrative Law in Ireland, Student Edition.
David Gwynn Morgan (2012) Adminstrative Law in Ireland, Student Edition. Dublin: Round Hall. [Details]
(2007)Administrative Law in Ireland.
David Gwynn Morgan. Co-Authors: Hogan G. W; (2007) Administrative Law in Ireland. : Round Hall Sweet & Maxwell. [Details]
(2002)A Judgment too far? Judicial Activism and the Constitution.
David Gwynn Morgan; (2002) A Judgment too far? Judicial Activism and the Constitution. : Cork University Press. [Details]
(1990)Constitutional Law of Ireland, Second Edition.
David Gwynn Morgan; (1990) Constitutional Law of Ireland, Second Edition. : The Round Hall Press. [Details]
(1996)The Separation of Powers in the Irish Constitution.
David Gwynn Morgan (1996) The Separation of Powers in the Irish Constitution. Dublin, Andover: Round Hall, Sweet and Maxwell. [Details]

Book Chapters

YearPublication
(2013)'The Constitution and the Financial Crisis in Ireland'
Morgan, D. (2013) 'The Constitution and the Financial Crisis in Ireland' In: Contiades (eds). Global Financial Crisis and the Constitution. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing. [Details]
(2012)'Ireland'
De Londras, F., Morgan, D. (2012) 'Ireland' In: Amending the Constitution in EU States. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Details]
(2008)'Three Unjustly Uncelebrated Local-government Cases'
David Gwynn Morgan; (2008) 'Three Unjustly Uncelebrated Local-government Cases' In: Gerald Goldberg: A Tribute. [Details]
(2007)'Cinderella must go to the Ball: the significance and accountability of State Agencies'
David Gwynn Morgan; (2007) 'Cinderella must go to the Ball: the significance and accountability of State Agencies' In: The Constitution at 70. [Details]
(2007)'Three Cautionary Tales from Local Government'
David Gwynn Morgan; (2007) 'Three Cautionary Tales from Local Government' In: In Memory of Gerald Goldberg. [Details]
(2006)'Fair Procedure in Public Administration'
Morgan, D. (2006) 'Fair Procedure in Public Administration' In: Binchy and Finnegan (eds). Human Rights, Constitutionalism and the Judiciary: Tanzanian and Irish Perspectives. Dublin: Clarus Press. [Details]
(2001)'Ireland's Fair Procedure system'
David Gwynn Morgan; (2001) 'Ireland's Fair Procedure system' In: Human Rights, the Citizen and the State: South African and Irish Approaches. [Details]
(1999)'The Future of the Irish Constitution'
Morgan, D. (1999) 'The Future of the Irish Constitution' In: Collins (eds). Political issues in Ireland today. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(1998)''Judicial Activism - Too Much of a Good Thing''
David Gwynn Morgan; (1998) ''Judicial Activism - Too Much of a Good Thing'' In: Ireland's Evolving Constitution 1937–1997 - Collected Essays. [Details]
(1994)'Irlande'
Morgan, D. (1994) 'Irlande' In: Les Systemes Politiques des pays de l'Union Europeenne. Paris: Armand Collin. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

YearPublication
(2013)'Comment on Law Society General Conditions of Sale'
Morgan, D. (2013) 'Comment on Law Society General Conditions of Sale'. Conveyancing and Property Law Journal, [Details]
(2011)'The Seal of the Confessional'
Morgan, D. (2011) 'The Seal of the Confessional'. Doctrine and Life, :250-270 [Details]
(2004)'Judicial-o-centric Separation of Powers on the wane'
David Gwynn Morgan; (2004) 'Judicial-o-centric Separation of Powers on the wane'. Irish Jurist, XXX1X (*):142-160 [Details]
(1999)'Mary Robinson's Presidency'
David Gwynn Morgan; (1999) 'Mary Robinson's Presidency'. Irish Jurist, xxx14 (1999) (*):256-276 [Details]
(2008)'Choices foreclosed to the legislature-executive'
Morgan, D. (2008) 'Choices foreclosed to the legislature-executive'. Administration, :1-18 [Details]

Conference Publications

YearPublication
(2005)Personal Injuries Assesment Board
David Gwynn Morgan; (2005) The Constitution and PIAB . In: To be published as a complete number of the the JUDICIAL STUDIES INSTITUTE JOURNAL eds. Personal Injuries Assesment Board UCC, , 20-OCT-05 - 20-OCT-05 , pp.*-* [Details]

Book Reviews

YearPublication
(2014)Osborough: An Island's Law: A Bibliographical Guide to Ireland's Legal Past.
Morgan, D. (2014) Osborough: An Island's Law: A Bibliographical Guide to Ireland's Legal Past. Book Reviews [Details]
(2014)Felix M. Larkin & N.M. Dawson (eds) Lawyers, The Law and History.
Morgan, D. (2014) Felix M. Larkin & N.M. Dawson (eds) Lawyers, The Law and History. Book Reviews [Details]
(2013)Hogan: The Origins of the Irish Constitution, 1928-1941.
Morgan, D. (2013) Hogan: The Origins of the Irish Constitution, 1928-1941. Book Reviews [Details]
(2010)Conway: The Blue Wall of Silence: The Morris Tribunal and Policy Accountability in Ireland.
Morgan, D. (2010) Conway: The Blue Wall of Silence: The Morris Tribunal and Policy Accountability in Ireland. Book Reviews [Details]
(2008)Carolan: The New Separation of Powers: A Theory for the Modern State.
Morgan, D. (2008) Carolan: The New Separation of Powers: A Theory for the Modern State. Book Reviews [Details]

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
2008Consultant 'Local and Regional Ombudsman' study
2004Fellow of University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
2004Director of Research and Consultant, CICA

Conference Contributions

YearPublication
(2012)Tanzanian Judges' Conference on Draft Constitution,
Morgan, D. (2012) Constitution Making Process and Outcome. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Tanzanian Judges' Conference on Draft Constitution, Arusha . [Details]
(2006)Mental Health Tribunal members Training,
Whelan, Darius and Morgan, David Gwynn; (2006) Administrative Law, Fair Procedures and Judicial Review. [Invited Oral Presentation], Mental Health Tribunal members Training, Dublin , 28-JUL-06 - 28-JUL-06. [Details]

Committees

 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
UCC - Faculty: Library Committee / Examinations Committee *1899 / 1899
UCC - College: Key Performance Indicators Committee *1899 / 1899

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
1995NUI Ph.D.
1971London University LL.M
1971--none-- Called to The Bar (Middle Temple)
1970London School of Economics L.L.B.

Current Postgraduate Students

 StudentDegree Type
Madden Margaret Mary Doctoral Degree