Porteo Marketing has devised and independently produced some memorable creative works.
In the 1980s we contributed a regular column in the Irish Tatler magazine over four years: ‘Paulyn’s Law’ – shining a light on the contribution of women in society and advocating changes at a time when equality for women ‘was thin on the ground’.
We independently produced and presented an eight-part feature series for Channel Four Television, Generations, exploring the influences, derived from previous generations, that played a part in shaping the lives and destinies of eight successful Irish women.
In 2005, we devised and presented a series for RTE Radio, Case Stated: Cases that Changed People's Lives, featuring some defining court cases that changed things for the better for all of us.
Now, Porteo Marketing is presenting this little book about legal principles, inspired by young people with relentless curiosity asking: ‘What does the law do?', ‘Why do we need law?’. Some of the conversations and discussions that ensued became: 'What Does Law Mean, Mumu?' A Book about the Law for Young People.
Priced at €10, ‘What Does Law Mean, Mumu’ is available through Gazelle Book Services, and from Amazon as a paperback, a kindle, and an audiobook on Audible. The Book is available from the Legal & General Bookshop at the Four Courts - legalbooks.ie
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We have published a 14 part Podcast Series to accompany the 14 Chapters in the Book – offering ‘food for thought’ arising from some topics in the Book Chapters.
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