Environmental protection and the impact of European Community law

papers from the joint conference with the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland, April 1990.
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Irish Centre for European Law, Trinity College , Dublin
European Economic Community -- Ireland -- Congresses., Environmental law -- European Economic Community countries -- Congresses., Environmental law -- Ireland -- Congre


European Economic Community countries, Ir

SeriesICEL ;, no. 12, ICEL (Series) ;, no. 12.
ContributionsIncorporated Law Society of Ireland., Irish Centre for European Law.
LC ClassificationsKJE6242 .A85 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 142 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1283193M
ISBN 100948018186
LC Control Number92141007

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