As Easy as A, B and C: Will A, B and C v. Ireland Be Ireland's Wake-Up Call for Abortion Rights?
European journal of health law 2011 Mar; 18(2): 205-19
This article examines the development of Ireland's abortion policy from 1861 to the present day. It explores the reasoning for this policy as well as the inherent problems with this policy. It examines in detail the A, B and C v. Ireland judgement and its impact, (if any) on Irish abortion law. Finally, it discusses the margin of appreciation doctrine used by the European Court of Human Rights in deciding cases of a moral nature.
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