Eoin Quill, Torts in Ireland, (3d ed., Gill & MacMillan, 2009). (available at the NUIM bookshop).
Selected cases and statutes will be available on the course web site or Moodle.
Jennifer Schweppe et al., How to think, write, and cite: Key skills for Irish law students (Round Hall, 2012). This is a fine slim volume that will be valuable to every law student.
There are Nutshells, Nutcases, and other books that students may find valuable.
Ruth Davenport, Make that Grade: Fundamentals of Irish Law (Gill & Macmillan, 2012).
Chapter 1 is a quick overview of the nature and study of law. Chapters 2 and 3 provide an overview of sources of Irish law and the institutional framework in Ireland and the European Union. Chapter 4, titled "Fundamentals of Tort," offers a quick look at Irish Tort law with an emphasis on statutory frameworks.
Brian Doolan, Principles of Irish Law (8th ed., Gill & MacMillan, 2011).
Part One of this book, titled "The Irish Legal System," provides an excellent overview of the elements and operation of law in Ireland. This is particularly useful for anyone who is not Irish. Part Four, titled "The Law of Torts," includes six chapters on different topics.
Bryan M.E. McMahon & William Binchy, Casebook on the Irish Law of Torts (3d. ed., Tottel, 2005).
The only available casebook on Irish Tort law. Densely packed with selected cases covering many different Torts topics.