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A brehon arbitrated disputes and interpreted the law. Brigh is mentioned in the Senchus Mór, a compendium of the ancient laws of Ireland, and her decisions were cited as precedents for centuries after her death.
- Ancient laws of Ireland: Senchus mor. Introduction to the Senchus Mor and Achgabail; or law of distress as contained in the Harleian Manuscripts. Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library.
- O'Sullivan, Patrick (1995). Irish women and Irish migration. Leicester University Press. p. 20. ISBN 0-7185-1425-4.
- "LIBERTY ORDER & LAW Under Native Irish Rule". Technovate.org. September 2006. pp. Chapter 1. Retrieved 2009-08-31.
- Joyce, P.W. (1903). "Chapter 12 SOCIAL AND DOMESTIC LIFE". A Social History of Ancient Ireland : Treating of the Government, Military system, and Law ; Religion, Learning, and Art; Trades, Industries, and Commerce; Manners, Customs, and Domestic Life, of the Ancient Irish People. M. H. Gill &- Son.
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