The life and times of Arthur Browne in Ireland and America, 1756–1805
Civil law and civil liberties
Joseph C. Sweeney
'An eminently readable and interesting book. The author is to be commended for putting Arthur Browne back in his rightful place at the heart of late-eighteenth-century Irish politics and society as a relentless pursuer of principled action in the Irish parliament in its final declining years and as a highly intelligent and significant legal mind', Charles Ivar McGrath, Irish Jurist (2017).
'[A] major step in the restoration of the reputation of a significant figure in Irish legal and political history', Cowan Ervince, Edinburgh Law Review (2019).