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Larry Donnelly

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A Boston attorney who has lived in Ireland since 2001.  He is a Law Lecturer at the National University of Ireland, Galway.  Larry is also a regular Irish media commentator on politics, current affairs and law.  He divides his time between Galway and Wicklow, where his wife, Eileen Whelan, an RTÉ news presenter, and two sons, Seán and Larry, live.

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Reflections on a year of writing for IrishCentral - the power of the written word on the Internet

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Reflections on a year of writing for IrishCentral - the power of the written word on the Internet

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Even from Galway, Mitt Romney trounced Barack Obama in debate -- Irish shocked, but Romney won tough debates in Boston in 2002

President Obama and Mitt RomneyVery early on Thursday morning, I sprinted to my office in the law school at the Nat ...

Even from Galway, Mitt Romney trounced Barack Obama in debate -- Irish shocked, but Romney won tough debates in Boston in 2002

President Obama and Mitt RomneyVery early on Thursday morning, I sprinted to my office in the law school at the Nat ...