Picturing Justice, the On-Line Journal of Law and Popular Culture

Evelyn carries us back to Ireland in the 1950's, and to a heart-rending dispute between a loving father and a stubborn government that won't yield custody of some adorable children. Bring the hankies, because the film is truly emotional and uplifting. And, best of all, it's about family law and constitutional law. Three great lawyers go up against the Irish government before the Irish Supreme Court and emerge triumphant. Picturing Justice presents a number of perspectives on this important film--and it would welcome more. Readers--please contribute your opinions!

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