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Contacting the Website
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, or the security practices of this site, you can contact The Irish Judicial Studies Journal at editor[AT]jsijournal[DOT]ie.
Irish Data Protection Commissioner
Further information on your data privacy rights are available on the website of the Irish data protection commissioner (www.dataprivacy.ie)