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The landmark legal cases that changed the course of Irish history

Lawyer and former ombudsman Paulyn Marrinan Quinn joined Tom Dunne to discuss her new podcast outlining the landmark legal cases which altered Irish history

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15.42 7 Jul 2021


The landmark legal cases that changed the course of Irish history


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Many of us may take access to contraception, divorce and fair trials for granted these days, but historically these issues weren’t always straightforward.

A new podcast features some of the most prolific cases that were brought to court and ended up revolutionising Irish society. Paulyn Marrinan Quinn is a lawyer and former ombudsman and her podcast is called ‘Cases That Changed People’s Lives – Revisited’

She joined Tom Dunne on the show to further discuss these cases.


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